Five Georgia Students Selected to Represent GRSP at University of Oslo

Georgia Rotary Student Program Chair Bert Guy announced a total of five college students from Georgia have been selected as recipients to represent Districts 6900, 6910 and 6920 with scholarships offered by the Rotarians of Oslo, Norway for the International Summer School at the University of Oslo. Recipients include Sarah Grace Thompson of Peachtree City […]

2020 Oslo Scholarship Winners Announced

The Norwegian Rotary Advisory Board, in partnership with Georgia Rotary Student Program, extends a scholarship annually to three (3) young Georgia students to study at the University of Oslo in Norway as part of their International Summer School. This year’s Oslo Scholarship recipients are: Miss. Sophia Grace Chung Brown  – Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Columbus, District 6900 Mr. […]

GRSP January 2020 Newsletter Released!

Our most recent newsletter is an exciting Holiday Edition showcasing some of the wonderful adventures our students have had over the last few months. We hope you will enjoy the great testimonies and experiences shared by our 2019-20 class. Just click on the link below to download your copy today. Enjoy! GRSP Newsletter Jan2020  

Barbara Katende: Georgia on my Mind!

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 […]

Leila Fleita Zain: One of the biggest stepping stones in my life…

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 […]

Linnea Haggard: Spring Break in New York

The year of 05/06, I got the great opportunity to study at the Brenau University in Georgia by a most privileged scholarship founded by Rotary in Georgia, USA. I have gotten to know the customs and the way of living in the southern part of the U.S. And I have met some wonderful people who […]

Ivan M. Viest, “What Being A GRSP Student Has Meant To Me.”

Ivan Viest was a member of the original Class of 1946-47. He attended Georgia Tech and became “a man without a country” when the Communists overran Czechoslovakia. He was rescued by Messrs. Will Watt, Kendall Weisiger and the Trustees. Later, he became a naturalized US citizen. Ivan has had a distinguished career as a civil […]