Friday, December 08, 2006

Formosa Foundation Student Ambassador Program

Jerome Keating passed this around:


Subject: Now Accepting Applications to 2007 Ambassador Program

The Formosa Foundation is accepting applications to the 2007 Ambassador Program now through March 16, 2007. Application instructions and forms are now available online at

Please forward this email message to everyone you think may be interested to apply.

The Ambassador Program is a unique training program of its kind. We recruit students from the United States and Taiwan , who will work together to help develop a closer relationship between the U.S. and Taiwan . The Program provides a rare opportunity to meet with United States Congressmen and Senators to discuss U.S. policies toward Taiwan .

The 2007 Ambassador Program will begin on June 17and conclude on June 29, 2007. Ambassadors will spend the first week Los Angeles and the second week in Washington D.C. The Formosa Foundation will cover expenses for tuition, meals and lodging for the duration of the Program, plus round-trip transportation from Los Angeles to Washington D.C.

The Program is designed primarily for college and/or graduate students who support the advancement of human rights, democracy and the right of self-determination for the people of Taiwan . Selection criteria includes academic achievements, extracurricular activities, participation in community affairs, and interest in promoting the U.S.-Taiwan relationship.

To Apply, Submit items below:
1. Application Form (Taiwan Applicants click here)[LINKS DON'T WORK - MT]
2. Personal Statement
3. Copy of recent transcript
4. Two letters of recommendation
See Application Form for full instructions.

Application Deadline - March 16, 2007
Selection Results will be announced on April 16, 2007.

Amy Lin
Formosa Foundation
Ambassador Program Director

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