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ISL Program Scholarships

The Rutgers International Service Learning Scholarship is available through the Rutgers ISL Presidential Initiative for Rutgers students participating in ISL programs.  Scholarship awards range from $500 to $2,000.  Eligible 2014 programs include:
  • Argentina - Language Education
  • Brazil - Brazilian Health and Healthcare
  • China - Social Welfare Systems*
  • Cuba - Public Health and Wellness
  • Dominican Republic - Research in Action
  • Ghana - Women's Rights and Community Development
  • Greece - Engaging with Greece in Transition
  • Mexico - Culture and Community Health in Oaxaca
  • Romania - Investing in Children and Families Across the Life Cycle*
  • Senegal - Youth (Performing) Artists and Community Development
  • Thailand - Global Health and Service Learning
  • Turkey - Empowering Turkish Women Farmers
*NOTE: Only students applying for the extended International Service Learning option in China and Romania are eligible to apply for these scholarships.

Students must have a minimum 2.75 G.P.A in order to apply for this scholarship.  Applications will be released to students upon acceptance to their program.

All recipients of 2014 ISL scholarship will be required to commit to one ISL outreach project, to be completed no later than the end of the Fall 2014 semester.  A list of potential projects will be included on the scholarship application; alternatively, recipients can work with the ISL coordinator to propose their own project.

For students accepted to their program early, there will be an early decision deadline of FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 by 5:00PM.  The final deadline to apply for the 2014 ISL Scholarship is WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, by 5:00PM.  Applications from the early decision deadline that are not selected will automatically be reevaluated after the final March 26 deadline.