UMass-Dartmouth has made available $15,000 for summer Scholarships as part of the Summer Program in Portuguese which will take place June 28 to July 30, 2004.
For further information contact Judite Fernandes by telephone (508) 999-8255 or email: email@example.com.
Also information has been posted at the following web site www.portstudies.umassd.edu/summer.html.
Rotary International Scholarships
Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships
… Become a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar: Study for one academic year in another country
… Scholarships range from $13,000 to $25,000 depending on the location and the University.
… Visit and work with Rotary Clubs in the host country.
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed at least two years of college or University or have worked in a recognized profession for at least two years. They must have the ability to present themselves well in another culture and be academically prepared to study in the language of the country where they will be studying. Persons with disabilities and members of Rotaract clubs are encouraged to apply. Rotarians or their immediate relatives of are not eligible.
Rotary World Peace Scholarships
… Two years of graduate study at a Rotary Center for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution
… Scholars are selected who have demonstrated a commitment to a career in peace and conflict resolution. They are expected to have an excellent academic record and be prepared for graduate study.
Portuguese Historical & Cultural Society of Sacramento, California.
Is accepting applications for scholarships. Limited funds are available to undergraduate students of Portuguese descent for summer studies in Portuguese language and/or culture in the U.S. or in Portugal (Continent or Azores). Applications may be obtained by writing to: PHCS, P.O.Box 161990, Sacramento,
CA 95816 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Portuguese-American Scholarship Applications available: The Portuguese-American Scholarship Foundation of New Jersey has announced that is has allocated at least 8 scholarships for undergraduate studies for the 2004 academic year. To obtain applications write to P.A.S.F. P.. Box 7169, Colonia, NJ 07067
Portuguese Heritage Scholarship Foundation Applications availableFor the 2004 academic year the PHSF has available to qualified students up to $8,000 in scholarships for undergraduate studies. For the application package, please contact the PHSF office by writing to P.O. Box 30246, Bethesda, Maryland 2082-0246.
Portuguese Club of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania awarded two scholarships to Danielle dos Santos and Diana Henriques. The funds were obtained thanks to the annual golf tournament which raises thousands of dollars for these and other community purposes. Danielle will be attending East Stroudsburg University and Diana Henriques plans to go to East Pennsylvania University.
Portuguese Club of Waterbury, Connecticut is going to award $5,000 in scholarships to high-school students that plan to attend University. For more information call (203) 574-9045 or (203) 268-0307. Dead line August 31, 2003.
Portuguese Cultural Center of Danbury, Connecticut awarded ten scholarships to high school and college Portuguese-American students.
Portuguese Foundation of Connecticuthas announced that it has awarded ten scholarships. These were given to students selected among the 32 applicants during the last annual gala held at the Portuguese Club on May 17. The scholarship committee, M. Goulart da Silva, Gabriel Serrano evaluated the applications from Hartford, Waterbury, New London, and Wallingford. The awardees are as follows: Sónia Alves, Katie da Costa, Elizabete Santos-McLure and Danny Carreira all of Hartford; Kelly Pestana and Natércia Rodrigues of East Hartford; Jennifer Costa of Newington; José Ramos of North Haven; Steven Simas of Pawtuck and Mónica Soares of Waterbury. The Portuguese Foundation has distributed a total of $125,000 in acholarships since 1992 when it was created. For more information contact Fernando G. Rosa at (860) 236-5514.
Portuguese Foundation of Connecticut, has elected a new board of Directors for 2003. The following are directors elected: Fernando G. Rosa, President; Gabriel Serrano, Vice-President; Anabela Pinho Cerdeira, Secretary and John Bairos for Treasurer.
Portuguese-American Scholarship Foundation of New Jersey has announced that it has allocated 8 scholarships for the coming school year. These scholarships are worth $5,000 each. For more information write and request application to P.A.S.F. 88 Ferry Stree, Newark, New Jersey, 07105.
Portuguese Heritage Scholarship Foundation awards of 2003: The PHSF has available for the year 2003 to qualified students the amount of $8,000. For further information write to PHSF, P.O. Box 30246, Bethesda, Marylad 20824-0246.
Harrison Fest Scholarships: High School Students awarded scholarships by the Harrison Fest Committee. Harrison High School and Harrison Environmental Club.
Academia do Bacalhau de New Jersey: This organization dedicated to Cod Fish, has offered scholarships to more than a dozen of High School students who were able to get better grades studying the Portuguese language while attending Portuguese Schools. The award ceremony took place at the Sport Club Português in Newark, NJ.
COPAE: Congresso de Professores Luso-Americanos, Newark, New Jersey
Club Uniao Portuguesa: For more information contact Jack Tavares at Club Uniao Portuguesa, 116 Cliff Street, Naugatuck, CT
Portuguese-American Civic Association: scholarship for High School seniors. For more information contact: Portuguese-American Civic Association, attention Scholarship Committee, 973 483 7583.
American-Portuguese Engineers and Architects: Scholarships for High School Seniors for candidates plan to study Engineering and Architecture. For more information, contact the American-Portuguese Engineers and Architects 139 Harper Street, Newark, NJ 07114