Opportunity to apply now for 2013 The Cargill Global Scholars Program

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  • For Brazil April 15, 2013
  • For China  May 6, 2013
  • For India March 15, 2013
  • For Russia March 31, 2013
  • For US March 31, 2013

Cargill & the Institute of International Education is seeking applications for 2013 Scholarship Program, which is distinctive scholarship opportunity that not only provides financial support, but offers leadership development opportunities through seminars, networking events, and a one-on-one mentoring program. These enrichment activities have been designed to help foster and enhance the Cargill Global Scholars’ leadership potential and critical thinking skills, and equip them with the tools necessary for becoming global leaders and decisions makers.

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Through this scholarship Cargill is helping to nourish and build a network of future leaders who can develop new innovations and positively contribute to their communities. This program embodies Cargill’s commitment to improving living standards and promoting vibrant and stable communities around the globe.

The Cargill Global Scholars program provides financial support and leadership development opportunities to aspiring undergraduate students from around the world. Scholarships will be awarded to talented, high performing students pursuing science, technology, engineering, math and business related studies.

Eligibility & Criteria-

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  • Be a citizen or permanent legal resident of Brazil, China, India, Russia or the United States.
  • Attend a partner university in the country of citizenship or permanent legal residency
  • Be a first or second year university student
  • Demonstrate high academic performance
  • Demonstrate leadership potential
  • Preference will be given to applicants who-
  1. Demonstrate financial need
  2. Specialize in fields of study that are identified as preferred fields
  3. Are from a disadvantaged or underrepresented group within their country

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