The Norman Woodberry Scholarship Program

The World Affairs Forum, based in Stamford Connecticut, has established a scholarship program for deserving university students to encourage study abroad for those interested in pursuing an international career. Eligibility:-Resident of or studying in Fairfield County, CT or Westchester County, NY-Attending a four-year college/university-Funds to be used for study abroad (e.g. semester or longer) at an accredited academic institution-Demonstrated financial need-High achiever (top 25% of class and/or minimum B average)-Contributor to school and community life-Minimum two recommendations (two professors or one professor/one academic advisor)-Commitment by the scholarship recipient to provide the World Affairs Forum with an end-of-program report and to speak before a World Affairs Forum audience on a minimum of 1 occasion following completion of the program-Applicants must be available for a personal interview. Applications will be reviewed by the scholarship committee and finalists will be invited for an interviewFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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