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ROTARIANS CAN DEVELOP A VARIETY OF GLOBAL GRANT ACTIVITIES THAT MAY TAKE THE SHAPE OF A HUMANITARIAN PROJECT, A SCHOLARSHIP, A VOCATIONAL TRAINING TEAM, OR ANY COMBINATION OF THESE ACTIVITIES.


GLOBAL GRANTS CAN BE:


A


HUMANITARIAN PROJECT,


A SCHOLARSHIP,


A VOCATIONAL TRAINING TEAM,


OR ANY COMBINATION


Humanitarian projects supporting the goals of the areas of focus will produce measurable outcomes that will benefit the targeted community long after grant funds have been expended.


In addition, the community, as well as the sponsoring clubs and districts, will be actively involved in all stages of the project.


Scholarships will support international, graduate- level study for a term of one to four years. The scholar’s academic and professional goals must further the goals of their selected area(s) of focus.


Vocational training teams will either provide or receive training within the areas of focus. Team size and composition, as well as professional background, are variable; however, each participant’s career goals must be linked to the area(s) of focus.


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