Overview: There are many determined and talented, economically-disadvantaged students in Zimbabwe who lack only financial resources and access to information to better their educational futures. For the fifteenth year, the United States Embassy seeks to identify highly academically qualified and motivated, low-income, Upper Sixth “A” level students in Zimbabwe to join the United States Student Achievers Program (USAP). USAP’s mission is to assist highly-talented and determined, economically-disadvantaged Advanced Level students to negotiate and finance the admissions process for colleges and universities in the United States with the aim of producing highly-skilled and widely-educated leaders to build tomorrow’s Zimbabwe. USAP expects a sincere commitment of students to give back their energy and time to the program and to their communities and to be the best they can be.
Target Group: Upper Six(Advanced Level)
Benefits: USAP works closely with students through regularly scheduled meetings and seminars to assist them throughout the application process to secure admission and scholarships for colleges and universities in the United States.
USAP finances all costs of the application process, including registration fees for required standardized examinations and provides free membership to the US Educational Advising Center for its participants.
Requirements: You must currently be a highly-determined and hardworking Upper Sixth student who is currently in school and who will write either ZIMSEC or Cambridge “A” level examinations in 2016. You will be disqualified if you wrote your A Level exams in 2015 or earlier.
you must have a VERY strong academic record, be actively involved in co-curricular and leadership activities and have a strong record of giving back to community.
How to Apply: Please complete this Application form; return it together with the required documents listed at the end of the application form by SWIFT,email, fax, post or in person to the respective offices listed in the application form.
Deadline: 26 February 2016
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