Rotary Global Grant Scholarship offers prestigious international scholarships of $30,000 to pursue graduate study abroad in:
  • Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
  • Disease prevention and treatment
  • Water and sanitation
  • Maternal and child health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development
If students are interested, they may contact Frank Beard ( or Phil Barry ( for an application.

The application deadline is October 15, 2015.

To read more about eligibility, click read more.

Rotary District 6900 seeks qualified applicants with the following attributes:
  • Excellent leadership skills and potential
  • Proven record of success in academic field and/or vocation
  • Commitment to community service
  • Well defined and realistic goals for academic and professional future
  • Plan to pursue a career in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus
  • Understands the aims and values of Rotary
Applicant Eligibility
  • Proficient in native language of host country
  • Program of study at the graduate level
  • Willing to live in immediate vicinity of study institution
  • Willing to participate with a host Rotary Club and Rotary District
  • Will participate in required pre-departure (2016) Scholar Orientation Forum
  • Only for new programs of study – not already underway
  • May not be: 1) a Rotarian; 2) an employee of a club, district, or any other Rotary entity; 3) the spouse, lineal descendant, parent, or grandparent of any person in the first 2 groups
  • May be a Rotaract member
  • Must have legal residence, employed full time, or be a full-time student in District 6900
  • Has endorsement of a District 6900 Rotary Club or member of the District

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