ROTARY AMBASSADORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS INFORMATION & INSTRUCTIONS HANDBOOK. Adnan Aswad, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus IMSEngineering College of Engineering and Computer Science The University of Michigan Dearborn & Chair Ambassadorial Scholarship Committee Claremont Rotary Club, District 5300
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Adnan Aswad, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus IMSEngineering
College of Engineering and Computer Science
The University of Michigan Dearborn
Chair Ambassadorial Scholarship Committee
Claremont Rotary Club, District 5300
*Handbook is accessible at the Claremont Rotary & Pomona College Websites:
- Interviews, Selection, Study
Avenues of Service
Candidates should be able to embrace the program objectives carefully before applying, and be prepared to explain in their essays and during the interview processes how their study plans will support the objectives.
Note that scholars are not limited to the above examples
- Orientation for District 5300 will be held on a Friday/Saturday in April 2011 in San Jose, California. Attendance at that session is at the scholar's expense.
* Copies must be sent to:
1) Access & Download Application Forms:
- www.rotary.org> Rotary foundation> Students and Youth > Educational Programs> Ambassadorial Scholarships>How to Apply>Related Documents
Or, alternatively access the following URL:
www.district5300.org, and follow the links.
- Also under: Ambassadorial Scholarships >
Ambassadorial Scholar’s Handbook 2010-11
2) Complete Application Form
3) Two Essays and a ‘List of Interests and Activities’ (single spaced) in English, and if applicable, with your own translation into the language of the study country.
Essay 1: A brief autobiography, no longer than two pages, describing:
* Academic Strengths and challenges,
* Work experience, and
* Career Objectives.
* Your reasons for applying
* Your proposed field of study and future career plans and how they contribute to furthering The Rotary Foundation’s mission
* Your reasons for choosing the countries and institutions and how they support your goals for serving as an Ambassador of Goodwill.
* A community service project or activity you intend to carry out while abroad, possibly in conjunction with a local Rotary Club
Summarize principal interests and activities, noting those in which you have held leadership positions.
4) If applicable, Language Ability Form, completed by a language instructor.
5) Two Recommendation Forms completed by academic instructors or appropriate employers/supervisors.
You should inform the writers of the purposes of the Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship and request that they be mailed to the Pomona Graduate Fellowships Office at #148 Smith Campus Center.
6) Original transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended.
Essay 1- “your name, Essay 1”,No Club name
Essay 2- “your name, Essay 2”,No Club name
List of interests and activities - “your name”
AMBASSADORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 12-MONTHS ESTIMATED BUDGET FORM APPLICATION PACKAGE (continued)CALIFORNIA DISTRICT 5300YOUR NAME:________________________SPONSOR CLUB:_________________________STUDY INSTITUTION: ________________________________________________________ STREET/CITY:____________________________________________________ STATE/COUNTRY: ________________________________________________
FOREIGN EXCHANGE ESTIMATE
ITEM CURRENCY RATE $ US
a) Round trip air fare from home
b) Local transport-bus, taxi, train
c) Passport & Visas
2) TUITION & FEES:
3) BOOKS & SUPPLIES:
6) MISCILANEOUS (Specify):
7) INCOME & OTHER TAXES (If applicable):
REMARKS (attach an additional page if necessary):
- How any shortages will be made up, or
- In case of a surplus, suggest a Rotary service project, or a humanitarian activity, in which the leftover sum could be utilized.
Brenda Reynolds, Graduate Fellowships Office,
#148 Smith Campus Center - Pomona College,
170 E. Sixth Street - Claremont, CA 91711
by (preferably before) the Deadline Date:
2:00 pm on Friday, February 26, 2010
Your available times forinterviews on Wed,Mar.10,2010
* Incomplete applications will not be considered
on a rolling basis Sep. 15 – Dec. 31/2010
-Southern Hemisphere: Feb. 1, 2012
1) POMONA COLLEGE:
Pomona College - #148 Smith Campus Center
170 E. Sixth St. - Claremont, CA 91711
NOTE: All completed application packages are to be submitted in person to the above office.
2) CLAREMONT McKENNA: Joke (Yoka) Johnson,
Assistant [email protected]
Sandy Hamilton, Director Graduate Fellowships-
5) SCRIPPS: Prof. Patricia Dillon [email protected]
1) CLAREMONT CLUB
Adnan Aswad, [email protected]
Lee Harlan, Abigail Lai, Willis McAllister, Mike Pearlman
2) CLAREMONT SUNRISE CLUB:
Patricia Dillon, Rich Phillips
3) RANCHO CUCAMONGA CLUB:
4) UPLAND CLUB:
David Mooney, Linda Yao