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Explore America

$1,000

March 01, 2021

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • ave you ever dreamed of looking out over New York City from the top of the Empire State Building? What about walking across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, or dancing to live music in Austin? Do you feel called by the food and culture of New Orleans, the quirkiness of Portland, or the epic scenery of California's coastal Highway 1?

    From coast to coast, the United States is packed with exciting destinations offering a window onto the world. And if you've never had the opportunity to explore them, HI USA wants to help you do it! That's why we created the Explore America travel scholarship.

    We're offering $1,000 travel awards with up to 7 free overnight stays at HI USA hostels across the country for young adults ages 18-30 with demonstrated financial need, so you can kick start your travel career right here in the U.S. On your adventure, you'll experience the people, places, and cultures that make up our diverse and beautiful country. Check out the Program Details section to learn more about this travel scholarship and to see if you qualify.
  • Contact
  • scholarships@hiusa.org
  • 8401 Colesville Rd
  • Ste 600
  • Silver Spring, MD 20910
  • scholarships@hiusa.org

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