Traveling to the United States during the Easter holidays, meeting new people, improving their English skills and gaining experience abroad – all of this is possible with the comprehensive “USA for You” scholarship. Germany’s oldest non-profit exchange organization, Bonn-based Experiment eV offers this scholarship program in partnership with the US Embassy. The offer is aimed at pupils in secondary, secondary and global schools in North Rhine-Westphalia and is intended to reach young people who have hitherto been under-represented in exchange programs. With the implementation of the program, the association wants to allow as many young people as possible to experience an intercultural exchange and guarantee greater educational equity.
15 young people have the option of a full scholarship for a two-week stay in the US during the Easter holidays, April 10-24, 2022. They live with host families, support a charity project, participate in an English language course and an exciting part of the leisure program. The cost of the flight and the program will be covered by the scholarship. The group is accompanied by two volunteers from Experiment eV.
Applicants must be interested in intercultural exchange and volunteering and must be between the ages of 15 and 17 at the time of departure on 10 April 2022. The application deadline is 1 December 2021. Learn more about the scholarship, the link to the application and an information leaflet for download are available at https://www.experiment-ev.de/ferienprogramme/stipendien. The contact person in the Experiment eV office is Eva Kirch (Tel. 0228 / 95722-38, email: email@example.com).
Information on the eV experiment
Experiment eV’s goal has been the exchange between people of all cultures, religions and age groups for nearly 90 years. Experiment eV is a non-profit and is the German member of “The Experiment in International Living” (EIL). Every year, more than 2,000 participants travel abroad and to Germany with Experiment eV. Cooperation partners include the Federal Foreign Office, the U.S. Embassy, the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Seniors, Women and Youth, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, the German Bundestag, the Goethe Institute and the Mercator Foundation.
Carola Orti von Havranek
Original content from: Experiment eV, broadcast by news aktuell