Need-Based Scholarship Fund
Support student scholarships through the Global Leadership Adventures International Foundation
HELP A STUDENT WITH DEMONSTRATED FINANCIAL NEED CHANGE THE COURSE OF THEIR LIVES THROUGH A SERVICE-LEARNING PROGRAM OVERSEAS DURING THEIR FORMATIVE YEARS.
Every year, Global Leadership Adventures receives a number of requests for financial aid from families to be able to afford to attend a GLA Program.
While GLA does offer partial need-based scholarships to as many students as we possibly can, and is proud to offer as many scholarships and grants as it is able to, the organization’s resources can only stretch so far.
This scholarship fund, supported by the Global Leadership Adventures International Foundation, seeks to offer full-ride scholarships to students of diverse backgrounds with demonstrated financial need.
Students who are interested will apply for a need-based scholarship. The application includes submitting financial documentation as well as completing a series of additional essays.
Donations cannot be designated for specific individuals. The funds will be awarded at the discretion of the GLAIF Board of Directors.
If you’re looking to make a tremendous, direct impact in the life of a high school student who wants to stretch their wings and have the kind of experience that can change the course of their lives, any donation you make toward this fund will make a meaningful difference they will certainly never forget.
By donating now, you are supporting aspiring student travelers who might otherwise not have this life-changing opportunity due to financial need.
of program participants, after completion of their GLA service-learning program, said that the relationships formed during their GLA experience feel significant in their lives
of program participants, after completion of their GLA service-learning program, said that their GLA program experience collaborating with others strengthened their ability to work in a team
of program participants, after completion of their GLA service-learning program, said they now felt compelled to pursue a career path that makes a positive impact on the world