For the woman of Pakistan
Win a scholarship this summer time to study at prestigious universities within u.s.a.!
Learn-Pakistan in collaboration with American university is within the system of choosing dynamic Pakistani woman college students to take part within the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program2018.
TheU.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program offers high school girls a possibility to attend pre-university summertime applications at prestigious American universities. The change is now part of “allow girls learn” initiative, funded by way of the U.S. Department of state and is administered with the aid of a consortium of partners, along with American University, learn, the Society for global training, and America-Pakistan women’s Council.
The U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program encourages talented female high school students to imagine greater for their future with the aid of permitting them to examine technology, leadership, global affairs, among others subjects, at U.S. universities. Via the generous aid of the U.S. Department of state, the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan, and the educational partners, summer Sisters members have advanced leadership abilities, received self-belief to spend money on their destiny, and served as cultural ambassadors to the united states.
In past years, our educational partners have been American university, Babson University, Barnard College, Brown University, Duke University, Eleanor Roosevelt centre, Harvard University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, the countrywide student leadership conference, Smith College, University of Chicago and Washington college. Helping the task of the us-Pakistan women’s Council, which promotes monetary possibilities for Pakistani women and women, the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program, in its fourth year, will recruit 22 dynamic young ladies, who will go through a rigorous selection method performed by using Society for international-education, American University, and America-Pakistan women’s Council.
Scholarship winners will stay and look at those universities. In addition, they will develop their management capabilities, form lasting friendships, and learn how to become an entrepreneur or how to launch a career in business, technology, or global relations.
To be eligible, students must meet the following standards:
· female currently enrolled in high college/university (grades 10, eleven, 12 and thirteen)
· Pakistani citizen (American citizens are not eligible)
· Age 15 to 18 on June 1st, 2018
· Has superb oral and written English Language abilities
· Complete an application with all the required files
· basic minimum grade 70% in all subjects in all core subjects during the past years
· need to come from families with moderate to low income
· able to apply and secure a passport or already possess one that is legitimate for minimum 12 months
· Has Pakistani nationality only
· confident enough and agree to tour and go back from u.s. Independently
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All tour, educational, and living prices will be paid with the aid of theU.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program. Upon arrival in the America, college students will be supplied with mentors and linked to college resources. Upon their go back home, students could be connected to resources in Pakistan, such as the U.S. Embassy’s exchange alumni network.
For the application, question and queries about the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program click at https://www.facebook.com/summersisters. Find more about the program http://www.american.edu/sis/us-pakistanwomenscouncil/summersisters.cfm
to apply, download the application by way of clicking right here: Final_Application 2018.pdf
For frequently asked questions (FAQ) click on here: http://iearnpk.org/SS/FAQ.pdf
Please complete the attached application and submit it to H-88, P.E.C.H.S. Block-6, Karachi through 20th November 2017 along with the copies of last 3 years’ (2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17) mark sheets and NADRA legal birth certificates or B-form. Please write on the envelope “U.S. summer Sisters exchange program”