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Rotary Scholarships

Rotary Scholarships

The Rotary Club of Phnom Penh announced that applications are being accepted for

their 2000-2001 Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships. Awards are given for

one-year academic study abroad which includes funds for transportation, tuition fees,

room/board, educational supplies, and language training. Multi-year grants are also

available.

Scholars also act as "Ambassadors of Goodwill" through appearances before

Rotary Clubs, schools, civic organizations, and other forums.

For more information contact: Rotary Club of Phnom Penh. Tel: 424-888; fax: 428-425.

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