The GRIT Program cultivates conscious global leaders. GRIT scholars gain the knowledge, experience, and network to ensure they are tackling global challenges with a whole-community approach. The GRIT program supports scholars with a four-component experience starting with the GRIT Summit, continuing with a financially-supported international experience, and concluding with a local or global project. Throughout the program, scholars receive ongoing mentorship and curriculum. The GRIT Program applications opens December 1, 2015 and closes February 19, 2016. For more information you can visit the GRIT page or email me at email@example.com.
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