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James & Eunice Doty PTPI/Congressional Award Scholarship

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Since the 1980s, PTPI has encouraged recipients of the prestigious Congressional Award to participate in PTPI programs through the James & Eunice Doty Scholarship. In past years, the scholarship has underwritten travel and educational opportunities to develop students' intercultural competence and understanding of global issues.

    Typically, to be eligible for the Doty Scholarship, applicants must:
    -Have earned the Congressional Award (bronze, silver, or gold) by the time they submit their scholarship application
    -Currently be a middle or high school student (age 13-18)
    -Reside in the United States
    -Be in good academic standing
    -Demonstrate maturity and well-rounded interests
    -Demonstrate financial need

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2405 Grand Boulevard, Suite 500
  • Kansas City , MO 64108
  • scholarships@ptpi.org
  • 816-531-4701

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