The U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program 2017
Scholarship Opportunity for Female High School Students
Win a scholarship this summer to study at prestigious universities in the United States!
iEARN-Pakistan in collaboration with American University is in the process of selecting dynamic Pakistani female students to participate in the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program 2017.
The U.S. Summer Sister Exchange Program offers high school females an opportunity to attend pre-college summer programs at prestigious American universities. The exchange is now part of “Let Girls Learn” initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of State and is administered by a consortium of partners, including American University, iEARN, the Society for International Education, and the US-Pakistan Women’s Council.
The U.S.- Summer Sisters Summer Exchange Program encourages gifted female high school students to imagine more for their future by allowing them to study science, leadership, international affairs, among others topics, at U.S. universities. Through the generous support of the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan, and the academic partners, Summer Sisters participants have developed leadership skills, gained confidence to invest in their future, and served as cultural ambassadors to the United States.
In past years, our academic partners were American University, Babson College, Barnard College, Eleanor Roosevelt Center -, Harvard University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, the National Student Leadership Conference, Smith College, and Washington University. Supporting the mission of the US-Pakistan Women’s Council, which promotes economic opportunities for Pakistani women and girls, the U.S.- Summer Sisters Exchange Program, in its fourth year, will recruit 20 dynamic young girls, who will go through a rigorous selection process conducted by Society for International Education, American University, and the US-Pakistan Women’s Council.
Scholarship winners will live and study at these universities. In addition, they will develop their leadership skills, form lasting friendships, and learn how to become an entrepreneur or how launch a career in business, science, or international relations.
To be eligible, students must meet the following criteria:
All travel, academic, and living expenses will be paid by the U.S. Summer Sister Exchange Program. Upon arrival in the United States, students will be provided with mentors and connected to university resources. Upon their return home, students will be linked to resources in Pakistan, including the U.S. Embassy’s exchange alumni network.
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To apply, download the application by clicking here: http://iearnpk.org/ss/2017-SS_Final_Application.pdf
For frequently asked questions (FAQ) click here: http://iearnpk.org/SS/