The World Trade Week Education Committee is sponsoring several $1,000 scholarships for students intending to pursue a career in international trade. Those who apply for this scholarship will also be in the running to potentially receive another additional $500 through selection as the Global Trade Scholar Award.
Eligibility:-Full-time student: A candidate must be enrolled in a full-time academic program relating to international trade with verification of a minimum 3.0 GPA. If a student's major does not have an international dimension, an international trade internship will suffice.-Internship Report (one to two pages): Essay should detail the candidate's demonstrated commitment to a career related to international trade and/or global business through an internship related to these fieldsor-Create a video no more than two minutes that shows viewers what inspired you to take on an international trade related internship and what you plan to do in the future with you've learned-Letter of Recommendation: two Letters of Recommendation, one of the letters must from the faculty member -Future Mentor: a candidate must be willing to become a future international trade mentor to other students once he or she has become an international business professionalThe purpose of the scholarships is to foster international trade education and international business development. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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