The 1996 Olympic Envoy Program Legacy Award

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Tony Gallego
School of International Affairs
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Call for Applicants The 1996 Olympic Envoy Program Legacy Award

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The 1996 Olympic Envoy Program Legacy Award: This award commemorates the activities of the participants in the 1996 Olympic Envoy Program. It is given annually to a junior or senior International Affairs, International Affairs/Modern Language or an Economics/International Affairs major to reward excellence in scholarship, leadership, and community service.

The 1996 Olympic Envoy Program Legacy Award

This award commemorates the activities of the participants in the 1996 Olympic Envoy Program. It is given annually to a junior or senior International Affairs, International Affairs/Modern Language or an Economics/International Affairs major to reward excellence in scholarship, leadership, and community service.

Criteria include proficiency in a foreign language and a demonstrated commitment to furthering international cooperation and cross-cultural understanding. The award consists of a check for $1,000. The recipient's name will be added to a plaque displayed in the School of International Affairs.

Selection will be made by a committee consisting of faculty members of the Nunn School of International Affairs and representatives of the program supporters. Students may be nominated by faculty or staff and self-nominations are welcome.

The awards will be presented at this year's Georgia Tech's Annual Honors Day Luncheon.

Nominating materials

1. A resume that includes overall GPA and major program GPA, foreign language skills, organizational affiliations and community service activities, etc.

2. A concise one-page cover letter that comments on your career goals and credentials or accomplishments that reflect the spirit of the Olympic program and make you a worthy candidate for this award.

Please submit your application materials, preferably in an electronic format, by noon on Friday, February 13th to:

Tony Gallego, Program Coordinator I
Room 155, Habersham Building
Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
781 Marietta Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-1601
tony@inta.gatech.edu

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