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Alliance Française de Denver French Language and Culture Initiative

Applications will be accepted from individuals or students (university level or higher) for French language study and study abroad programs, teachers (public or private schools), and individuals with a specific project. Project results must demonstrate support of our organization's mission and also have some kind of positive impact on the community, not solely for personal gain. Priority of one scholarship will be given to a current Alliance Française member if applicable. Applicants must be over the age of 18 and all proposals must relate to the French language and/or culture in some way. Applications will only be accepted by Colorado residents or students and whose project results will directly affect Colorado communties. All scholarship winners are required to prepare and submit a typed final report in electronic format (e-mail, disk, etc.) summarizing the results of their completed proposal. Winners may be asked to present their results at an Alliance Française event.

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