Who Can Apply:
- People who speak multiple languages are skilled and talented, holding significant knowledge not just about linguistic rules but also the intricacies within how each language conceptualizes life.
- Unfortunately, students whose first language isn’t English often face difficulties in their youth as they work to overcome language barriers, often being forced to act as a translator for friends and family and having to go through their education using their second language.
- This scholarship aims to recognize the skill and strength of multilingual individuals as they pursue their higher education goals.
- Any high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student whose first language is not English may apply for this scholarship.
Submission: To apply, tell us about yourself, your post-graduation plans, what your first language is, and what the challenges and benefits of being bilingual/multilingual are.
Deadline: May 1, 2024