Professor E.A. Rogers Award

Are you a high school freshman, sophomore, or junior hoping to attend a top college or university? Are you looking for a challenging and dynamic summer program that allows you to take college level courses while getting a preview of college life?


The Professor E.A. Rogers Award provides a full tuition scholarship to the prestigious Junior Statesmen Summer School. The program is offered each year at Yale, Princeton, Stanford, and Georgetown universities. One full scholarship and twenty partial scholarships will be awarded to high school students interested in history, politics, and leadership.

More details, and an online application form are available online at:
http://www.jsa.org/jsa-today/chapter-of-the-year-award.html

When submitting the online application, please select “Professor Rogers Award” from the pull-down list for the question “how did you hear about this program.”


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