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Meyer-Simon Latin Scholarship

Meyer-Simon Latin Scholarship

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High School Students

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About This Scholarship

This scholarship’s main goals are to encourage Latin studies and to honour Latin-studying students who achieve. The scholarship’s secondary goals are to reward outstanding students and advance the study of foreign languages. Every community’s development and future depend heavily on education. As a result, the Saginaw Community Foundation manages numerous scholarship programmes for students in high school, community college, universities, and vocational schools. Our first $500 scholarship was given out in 1987, and since then, the Saginaw Community Foundation has given out more than $8 million in scholarships. Use our scholarship directory to find out more about each of the 235+ scholarships we provide.

Eligibility Criteria For Meyer-Simon Latin Scholarship

Here are some common eligibility criteria you may find for scholarships in this category:

  • Language of Study: Scholarships in foreign language studies are typically focused on a specific language or group of languages. The scholarship may be available for studying languages such as Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, etc. The eligibility criteria may require applicants to be studying a particular language or have a specific level of proficiency in that language.
  • Academic Achievement: Scholarships often require applicants to demonstrate strong academic performance. This can include maintaining a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) or achieving specific academic benchmarks in language courses or related subjects.
  • Language Proficiency: Depending on the scholarship, applicants may need to demonstrate a certain level of proficiency in the target language. This may be assessed through language proficiency tests or certifications such as the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) proficiency guidelines or the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
  • Study Abroad: Some scholarships may specifically support students who plan to study a foreign language abroad. In such cases, the eligibility criteria may include requirements related to the duration of the study abroad program, the country or region of study, or specific study abroad program affiliations.
  • Financial Need: Certain scholarships may take into consideration the applicant’s financial need as part of the selection process. They may require applicants to provide information about their family’s income, assets, or financial circumstances.

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