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Scholarship Applications must be received by January 18 2019

Click here to learn about the 2019 Application Process

Georgetown University Scholarships

The Naples Council on World Affairs offers scholarships to Collier County students who have just completed their high school junior year for a one week program on International Relations or National Security at the prestigious Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

The program allows students to experience college campus life by living in a dormitory with other high school students from across the U.S.A. and foreign countries. It also allows them to become familiar with our nation's capital, Washington D.C. Most important, it provides them an opportunity to experience lectures from prominent professors in these fields plus hear from key players in the respective fields.  Visits will also be made to important institutions, such as Congress, Central Intelligence Agency, foreign embassies, etc.

The students who have attended these programs over the past few years have nothing but the highest praise for the programs.

Much more information about the programs can be found on the Georgetown University Summer Programs for High School Students site; (click here to visit their website for more information). Also feel free to email Sophie Hewson, the local Outreach leader of the Georgetown Scholarship Committee at rehaffa@comcast.net or call at ‭(703) 939-0415.



NCWA Scholarship Application Process

Program Eligibility: The Naples Council on World Affairs (NCWA) is looking for Collier County students who have just completed their high school junior year and who demonstrate an interest in international relations and/or national security.

Duration and Dates: One week during the summer months.

Accommodations: Georgetown University in Washington DC.

Scholarship: Approximately $3,000 for tuition, housing and food. All other expenses, such as application fee of $50, transportation to and from Georgetown University, and spending money during the week are the responsibility of the applicant.

Application Process: Apply by filling out the scholarship application form below and returning it to NCWA by the deadline indicated on the form. You will be interviewed and notified by NCWA of your acceptance for a scholarship. Do not submit applications to the Georgetown University Summer Program directly until you were selected by NCWA for a scholarship.

Fill out application form >>> Submit to NCWA by deadline >>> Selection of scholarship recipients by NCWA Outreach Committee >>> NCWA scholarship winners apply at Georgetown University >>> Accepted students immerse for one week in Georgetown University programs >>> Returning students submit an essay to NCWA describing their experience (requirement)<<<





We Congratulate our 2018 Winners!

Dylan Castillo (Barron Collier)

Anna Bartoux (Community School)

Noah Balamut (Community School)

Ryan Cialone (Barron Collier)

Nick Lamb (Naples)

Teagan Havemeier (Marco Island Academy)

Mickey Poling (Lely)

John Neuman (Community School)

We thank all the members of the Selection Committee, which was generously chaired by Sophie Hewson
 
 
Essays from last year's attendees, describing their experiences and what it meant to them:
 

Alexander Askar - Community School of Naples. Essay: Click here to read

Lilly Cuellarsola - Baron Collier. Essay: Click here to read  

Molishka Heriveaux - Lely. Essay: Click here to read  

Erline Miclisse - Lely. Essay: Click here to read  

Harrison Powell - Baron Collier. Essay: Click here to read

Annie Stockham - Baron Collier, Essay: Click here to read  

Catherine Stroger - Lely. Essay: Click here to read  

Nora Vedder - Baron Collier. Essay: Click here to read  

Valentina Zulaga - Mason Classical Academy. Essay: Click here to read



 
 
 

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