World Trade Week High School Scholarship

The World Trade Week Education Committee offers annual scholarship awards to encourage outstanding young women and men to continue in post-secondary study in the field of International Trade and Business. The amount of the award is $500. Those who apply for this scholarship will also be in the running to potentially receive another additional $500 scholarship - the Global Trade Scholar Award. Eligibility:-Must be a graduating high school senior entering an accredited college of university with a standard minimum GPA of 3.0-Students must indicate their interest in participating in the global economy through their choice of career goals discussed in their essay. Please note that their college major does not have to be international business or international relations. Rather the area of most importance is their career choice. Submission materials:-One page, typed, single-spaced, essay discussing the student's future college and career goals. The statement must explain how their chosen career relates to international trade and what they understand international trade to be. (typed)or -Create a two-minute video submissionFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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Award Amount: $1,000
Competitive: Yes
Essay required: Yes

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