Who Can Apply:
- The student is not of Lithuanian heritage;
- The applicant is enrolled in a part-time course of study.
- The student is enrolled in an associate or certificate program.
- The student is not yet accepted by an accredited college, university or other academic institution;
- The applicant does not have a citizenship or appropriate visa for the country in which he or she wishes to study;
- The student from Lithuania enrolled in a Bachelor‘s degree program in the US (with student visa) or other foreign country.
- The scholarship application is not fully completed
- A photograph;
- Documentation of citizenship ( passport, Permanent Resident Card, copies of your birth certificate or other) ;
- Non-citizen applicants wishing to study in the US or any other country must attach a copy of a valid student visa signed by the student. Applicants wishing to study in the US must present a copy of a US student visa (e.g. F-1) and a copy of an I-20 form issued by your university. Both copies have to be signed by the student;
- Latest official transcript showing current GPA. Transcript released to student and stamped “issued to student” (unofficial) is also acceptable, but a print out from the internet is not. First semester university students may provide a copy of a High School Transcript;
- “Official Enrollment Verification Certificate” (in the US, or its equivalent in other countries) from the academic institution that would verify student’s full time status for 2020 – 2021 school year. “Acceptance letter” or class schedule print out IS NOT acceptable;
- Two recommendations: At least one recommendation from a professor/teacher at your current school. Preferably, second recommendation comes from the organization in which you are actively involved.
Recommendations from family and friends are not acceptable. First semester university students may provide a recommendation letter from the High School teacher. ATTENTION: Both recommendations have to be written not earlier than in 2020. It is the applicant’s responsibility to make sure that recommendations are received on time. Thus, we strongly recommend asking for recommendations early . Without them your application will be incomplete. If the recommending person prefers to send his or her recommendation to the LF directly, there is a specific section in the application form that provides directions on how to do so.
Deadline: October 1, 2020