Chris Meyer Memorial French Scholarship

Christopher Meyer was an outstanding member of Abbey Road's French Homestay Summer Programs Staff in 2002 and 2003. Despite being diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2002, Chris never allowed himself to be defined by his illness. Among his many accomplishments, Chris finished his B.A. in art history at Stanford and was initiated into Phi Beta Kappa. In 2004, he graduated from Stanford with an M.A. in humanities. He was a research assistant at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. Abbey Road is honored to commemorate Chris' passion for learning through the Chris Meyer Memorial French Scholarships. Awarded to outstanding students of French Language and Culture, Abbey Road offers one full (tuition paid) and one partial (50% of tuition paid) scholarship to Abbey Road's 4-week French Homestay and Immersion Program in St-Laurent, France. Eligibility:-Any student aged 14-18 who demonstrates outstanding academic and extracurricular performance in the fields of French language and culture to apply-Must have a competitive GPA, passion for the French language and culture demonstrated through school work and projects, involvement in foreign language clubs, events and exchange are all examples of outstanding academic and extracurricular performanceAll Chris Meyer Memorial French Scholarship full and partial scholarship applicants must include a Foreign Language Evaluation with the application. The evaluation must be completed by a language teacher who has supervised your work in the French language. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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