Global Grant Scholarships

Rotary offers prestigious international scholarships of $30,000 for graduate students pursuing careers in fields that support:

  • Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
  • Disease prevention and treatment
  • Water and sanitation
  • Maternal and child health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development

The purpose of the Global Grant Scholarship is to forge a link between Rotary and the development of skilled professionals aligned with Rotary International’s Six Areas of Focus. Rotary District 6900 maintains a district level application process which begins with the submission of a written application that requires endorsement by a District 6900 Rotary Club or by a member of the District 6900 Scholarship Committee.

APPLICATION DEADLINE IS 12:00 noon, OCTOBER 16, 2017 for applicants planning to begin their studies in Fall 2018. Global Grant Scholarship Application

Applicant Resources

  • Global Grant Scholarships – Scholar Brief
  • Global Grant Scholarships – Rotarian Brief
  • Global Grant Scholar Information Package 2017
  • Global Grant Scholar Application (PDF) or (DOC) version
  • Areas of Focus Goal Chart
  • Areas of Focus Policy Statement

District 6900 Scholarship Committee:

  • Eleni Bafas - Rotary Club of Dunwoody
  • Kathy Brandt – Rotary Club of Dunwoody
  • Grady Enlow – Rotary Club of Thomasville
  • Anne Glenn - Rotary Club of Dunwoody
  • Robbie Green – Rotary Club of North Columbus
  • Stuart Gulley – Rotary Club of Atlanta
  • Jack Hellriegel – Rotary Club of Buckhead
  • Mike Irvin – Rotary Club of Muscogee - Columbus
  • Mark Keramidas - Rotary Club of Buckhead
  • Carl Pirkle –Rotary Club of Sandy Springs

For additional information or to initiate a district application, contact a member of the District 6900 Scholarship Committee or click here to contact the District 6900 scholarship committee chair, Kathy Brandt.

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