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 Applications for the World Affairs Seminar
are OPEN for submission!

A fully-funded Lake Oswego Rotary scholarship

This is a one-week convention from Saturday, June 20th to Friday, June 26th at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin, a suburb of Milwaukie, WI. Teens from all over the world – 30 countries – although primarily from the U.S. who are in their sophomore and junior years in high school will meet to hear experts speak, discuss in small groups, take field trips, and complete a Capstone project for a life changing cultural and educational experience.

Students from Lakeridge and LOHS are eligible to participate in the 43rd World Affairs Seminar held in Waukesha, Wisconsin, a suburb of Milwaukie. The cost of the transportation and Seminar including food and shuttles to Carroll University are paid in full by the Lake Oswego Rotary. Students will interact with their peers from around the world. Ideal candidates will be either sophomores or juniors in good academic standing with an interest in global issues.

Students may apply for this impressive college resume builder by completing the application form WAS20-Delegate-Application.pdf (also available at https://worldaffairsseminar.org/register/).

- Ignore the payment requests
- Attach a brief statement as to why they are interested in in this scholarship
- Send the application and interest statement to:

  Lake Oswego Rotary
Attention: Dave Peterson, WAS chair
PO Box 100
Lake Oswego, 97034

 

For more information contact: Dave Peterson
Additional information: www.worldaffairsseminar.org

 

 

Service Above Self
Educational Excellence

Do you know an educator, support staff member, student or citizen who demonstrates a commitment to education through work, projects and activities that emphasize "Service Above Self? If so, please nominate them for a possible SASEE Award at www.rotarysasee.org.

2019 Honorees

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35th Annual Lobster Feed and Charity Auction



This event was held on June 15, 2019 and it brought in $300,000 for charity!


Lake Oswego Rotary and Lakewood Center for the Arts conduct this annual fundraiser to provide assistance to projects that benefit our community. Details at www.lobsterfeed.org