Georgia Rotary Student Program (GRSP) Chair Bert Guy recently announced Katheryne A. Fields as the inaugural Marketing and Development Director. In her role at GRSP, Fields will work to strengthen the program’s strategic initiatives, fundraise and market the student scholarship program throughout the state. In the role, Fields will be working closely with the GRSP Chair, officers, directors, trustees and home office as well as Georgia Rotary Clubs, GRSP students, government officials and […]
GRSP students will study this year at more than 20 colleges and universities around the state of Georgia.
Congratulations to 2019 OSLO Summer Scholarship Recipients The Norwegian Rotary Advisory Board, in partnership with Georgia Rotary Student Program, extends a scholarship annually to three (3) young Georgia students to study in Norway as part of their International Summer School. While the immediate goal of this International School is to impart knowledge about some aspects of Norway, it also seeks to increase understanding […]
In June of 2017 Atlanta welcomed the Rotary World to Georgia for the Rotary International Convention. On this rare occasion that the international convention was in GRSP’s home state, we decided to host our first ever all-class GRSP reunion. In June of 2017 Atlanta welcomed the Rotary World to Georgia for the Rotary International Convention. […]
It was flying thousands of miles and knowing I was going to be away from home for about a year. It was the anticipation, the anxiety, the fear and the uncertainty, not knowing what to expect. It was the hearty welcome and the pleasant surprise of finding smiling faces of Rotarians waiting for me and […]
Here is a quick, and emotional overview of Liv Milvey’s year on the Georgia Rotary Student Program!
I’m from Hungary, a small town on the southeast Great Plain, close to the Romanian and Serban border, called Hodmezovasarhely (Beaverfieldmarketplace); however, it is the second largest community in Hungary areawise. I grew up there and left the town for college three years ago. The town is real nice, a real agricultural community, also known […]
When I was preparing to come for my year in Georgia, I knew this was going to be one of the biggest stepping stones in my life, and that made me tremble. I came with a lot of expectations, anxiety, and questions, but also with an open mind, open to new experiences. When I look […]
Dear Rotarians, You invited me to speak about what the year on the Georgia Rotary Student Program has meant to me. This is a great honour and I am grateful to be here and to have an opportunity to explain how deep an impact this Georgia year has had on my life. And yet: How […]