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Scholarship Applications must be received by December 30, 2022

Click Here to for the 2023 Application

Georgetown University/American University Programs

SUMMER 2023 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT GEORGETOWN AND American UNIVERSITIES
In WASHINGTON, D.C.  

Applications are due by December 30, 2022

Click Here to for the 2023 Application

The Naples Council on World Affairs (NCWA) offers scholarships to High School students for International Relations or National Security at the prestigious Georgetown and American Universities in Washington, D.C.

These programs are offered to Collier County students and to students that have participated in Model UN in Collier, Lee and Charlotte Counties. Students must have completed their junior year in High School, show a strong interest in International Relations and have a solid academic record. 

Students stay in college dorms on the respective campuses and will have a full “college life” experience.

The NCWA Scholarships cover the full cost of tuition, room and board and travel to and from Washington DC and SW Florida.

Georgetown University

Students will enroll in the Georgetown one week summer Academy and will have the choice of programs in International Relations or National Security.

International Relations -Dates TBD

         Topics include Foreign Policy, Environment, and Terrorism

National Security-Dates TBD

            Topics includes Homeland Security, Careers, Border and Cyber Security

More information about the Georgetown Summer Academies can be found on the Georgetown University Summer Programs for High School Students site. 

https://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summerprogramforhighschool-students/home



American University

Students will be enrolled in the two-week Community of Scholars Program operating under the auspices of American University’s School of International Service (SIS). Students in this program enroll in a 3-credit course designed for high school students. They attend briefings at the U.S. Department of State, various embassies in Washington, DC, the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and other international organizations. In addition, there are afternoon guest speakers, meetings with a panel of SIS alums who discuss careers in international affairs, and a networking program.

More information about the American Summer Program can be at the American University site

https://www.american.edu/sis/communityofscholars/program-details.cfm

All Students are required to submit scholarship requests from the program they are attending (Georgetown or American U) and if a scholarship is granted it will reduce the scholarship from NCWA by that amount.

Fill out application form >>> Submit to NCWA by December 30, 2022 >>> Faculty recommendations are due by January 10>>> Interviews and selection of scholarship recipients by NCWA Outreach Committee >>> NCWA scholarship winners apply at Georgetown University and American University >>> Accepted students participate in Georgetown and American University academies >>> Returning students submit essay to NCWA describing their experience<<< Returning students are required to meet with members of the NCWA board to discuss their experience.

Contact John Kovach for more information JohnTKoh@msn.com


Naples Council on World Affairs
2316 Pine Ridge Road #361, Naples, Florida 34109-2006
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