Find out if you qualify for a Conference Scholarship
Thank you for your interest in the IMI Annual Conference on Intercultural Relations. If you are interested in submitting an application for the 2013 EDF conference scholarship, the application cycle is currently OPEN.
The applicant must demonstrate an interest in intercultural communication, negotiation and leadership through course work, academic or community activities, and/or active participation in organizations that serve internationally diverse populations.
The applicant should meet a least one of the following criteria:
- Academically registered student in good standing (must have proof of academic enrollment).
- Recent college graduate with a letter of support from a former professor or current supervisor.
- Working professional or volunteer with a community-based non-profit organization with supporting letter from the director or supervisor of the program or organization.
HOW TO APPLY
In order to access the online EDF Scholarship Application, click here.
Print applications may also be submitted. In order to access a print application, please click here.
PLEASE SEND ALL MATERIALS TO:
ATTN: Education & Development Fund Application
East Quad Building, Suite 105
Intercultural Management Institute
4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, D.C. 20016
Application Deadline: January 25th, 2013
NOTICE: Previous recipients of the IMI Education and Development Fund Scholarship are not eligible to receive funding for the 2013 Annual Conference.
Award recipients are required to serve as Conference Ambassadors and contribute to the IMI Conference Daily Blog. Entries must be at least 250 words in length describing personal high-and low-lights of the day's events. Award winners will be provided more specific instruction and session recommendations prior to the conference.
2013 EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT FUND SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
|Tami Bolk||Refugee Resettlement Case Aide, Catholic Charities|
|Teri Brezner||Project Officer, Management Sciences for Health|
|Elaine Clayton||M.A. Candidate, International Communications, American University|
|Heather Curley||Washington Internship for Native Students Student Intern|
|Elizabeth Dougherty||M.A. Candidate, Comparative and Regional Studies, School of International Service, American University|
|Rhiannon Elms||Program Assistant, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, United States Department of State|
|Cristina Galalae||Ph.D. Candidate and Fulbright Scholar|
|Timothy Garvey||Washington Intern for Native Students|
|Devin Kleinfield-Hayes||M.A. Candidate, CRS-Asia, SIS|
|Lauren Moloney-Egnatios||M.A. Candidate, International Communications, American University|
|Sonia Redko||M.S.Ed Candidate, Intercultural Communication, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania|
|Olga Sevcuka||M.A. Candidate in International Communication, SIS, American University|
|Yi Shen||MSEd. Intercultural Communication, School of Education, University of Pennsylvania|
|Elizabeth Slupski||International Training & Education Program, MA Candidate, American University|
|Alison Stolow||M.S.Ed Candidate, Intercultural Communication, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education|
|Ronggui Su||M.S.Ed. Candidate, University of Pennsylvania|
|Taj Suleyman||MAIR ( Masters of Art of Intercultural Relations ) student|