Information and Documents
The Global Grant Fellowship Application must be filled out, scanned, and then emailed to Kyle Haugen, .  The application and essays proposal documents must be attached.

CLICK HERE for a copy of the Global Grant Fellowship brochure.
CLICK HERE for a copy of the Global Grant Fellowship Announcement (rev 2.21.19)

CLICK HERE for a copy of the Global Grant Fellowship 2020-21 Application Document in Microsoft Word format.

CLICK HERE for a copy of the Global Grant Grant Fellowship 2020-21 Application Document  in Adobe Acrobat format.

Please be sure the information is complete prior to submitting the application for review by the District 5960 Scholarship Committee.
17-18 Ambele Mwamelo
           Update (PPT. 2.8.19)
           Update (PDF. 2.8.19)
12-13 Adam Hennings
11-12 Molly Dancer
 (Ambassadorial Scholars)
10-11 Vera Belazelkoska
10-11 Annie Marek
10-11 Robyn Skrebes
Global Grant Fellowship
The Global Grant Fellowship Fall 2021/Winter 2022

Applications will be available online Late Summer or Early Fall 2020 (see "Application Document" on left hand menu of this web page). 

Global grants must relate to one or more of the six areas of Rotary focus, have a long-term impact and must be for a graduate level program.

Academic studies MUST be at an accredited university outside of the United States and U.S. Territories.

 Global grants must be sustainable and measurable (How will the scholar's studies support one or more of the Rotary's Six Areas of Focus?); A global grant's minimum financing is $35,000. 

Rotary's Six Areas of Focus

  •          Peace and conflict prevention/resolution  
  •          Disease prevention and treatment 
  •          Water and sanitation 
  •          Maternal and child health 
  •          Basic education and literacy 
  •          Economic and community development
Global Grant Fellowships (Scholarship) fund studies for a period of one to four academic years in graduate level programs.
Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, room and board, books, travel expenses, visas, inoculations, as well as any humanitarian projects the club or district has planned that relate to the scholars studies.

Items required at time of district application (April 2020)
(For More Information, see left hand menu on this page.)
  • Proposed field of study within one of the six areas of Rotary focus
  • Proposed degree and timeline
  • Estimated budget
  • Proposed humanitarian project in the host district (optional)
  • Letter of acceptance to the proposed school 
  •  Foreign language proficiency exam results 
  •  Detailed budget 
Complete information regarding:
  1. The scholar's program of study relates to the selected area of focus.
  2. The educational and professional goals of the scholar and how the scholarship will help to advance these goals.
  3. How the scholar will use his/her education to address a need on a long-term basis in his/her hosting and/or international sponsoring community(ies)?         
Scholar may NOT be (1) a Rotarian; (2) an employee of a club, district, or other Rotary entity, or of Rotary International; (3) the spouse, a lineal descendant (child or grandchild by blood or stepchild legally adopted or not), the spouse of a lineal descendant, or an ancestor (parent or grandparent by blood) of any person in the foregoing two categories.