World Trade Week Scholarship

$1,000

March 15, 2020

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The World Trade Week Education Committee offers annual scholarship awards to encourage outstanding young women and men to continue in post-secondary study in International Trade and Business. The amount of the award is $500. Scholarship recipients will be those students who plan to pursue studies in programs and careers that reflect a broad definition of International Trade and Business. These programs may lead to careers in law, accounting, product development, freight forwarding, port administration, port services, import/export finance and banking, international relations, government service, among others.

    Scholarships are awarded only to graduating high school seniors in California entering an accredited college or university with a standard minimum GPA of 3.0. These students will indicate their interest in participating in the global economy through their choice of career goals discussed in their essay (see below). Please note that their college major does not have to be international business or international relations: what is most important is their career choice. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Janice N. Atmadja
  • 350 S. Bixel Street
  • Los Angeles, CA 90017
  • JAtmadja@lachamber.com
  • 213-580-7583

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