Posted by Douglas N. Jacobson, International Trade Law News, Jan 24, 2011 –
The Washington, DC-based National Council on International Trade Development (NCITD), a leading international trade compliance organization, is currently accepting applications for its annual scholarship program for students studying international trade-related topics.
The scholarships, which will be a minimum of $1,000, will be awarded to qualified candidates based on the following criteria:
Proven interest or experience in international trade, e.g., education, work or volunteering;
Current academic standing and performance, including honors and extracurricular activities;
Strength of the narrative submission and recommendations by NCITD member, professor or work colleague.
Preference will be given to candidates sponsored by employees of NCITD member firms.
The NCITD’s Scholarship Committee will select the winners by May 11, 2011. The scholarships will be presented at the June 8, 2011 NCITD meeting in Washington, DC.