Awarded on the basis of student’s financial needs
Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA)
A. Beginning in 2013, an annual $2,000 (Two Thousand US Dollars) scholarship award has been established by Dr. Prahlad and Bindu Pant. This award is managed and coordinated by Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA).
B. This scholarship is awarded annually to one student on the basis of the financial needs of the student and not on the basis of merit.
C. The scholarship award is open to any freshman or sophomore undergraduate student of Nepali origin (one or both parents from Nepal) residing in the United States, who is a US high school graduate and has been admitted as a full-time student to a US college or university.
D. The selection process involves completing the application form together with all the documents (listed in no. 15 in page 3 of this application form) and the verification of the total annual income of the student and/or the student’s parents.
E. NASeA’s Academic and Professional committee will make the selection on the basis of the financial needs of the applicant, and its decision will be final.
F. Please complete the application form in the next page and submit all required documents listed in no. 15 of page 3 and send it by email (email@example.com) to Academic and Professional Committee Chair, Dr. Manoj K. Jha. The application deadline is August 13, 2016.
G. The decision on the winner and a runner-up of the award will be made by August 20, 2016 or at the earliest possible date thereafter.
H. The award will be presented during the 12th ANMA/NASeA Joint Convention in St. Louis, MO (September 2-4, 2016) during the cultural program event. The student must be present at the convention to receive the award. Registration fee will be waived. Visit convention website http://www.jointconvention.org for more information about the convention. In case the winner fails to attend the convention, the award will be given to the runner-up if he/she is present.
I. For questions or information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: August 13, 2016
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The Association of Nepalese in Midwest America (ANMA) the Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA) are announcing the annual student writing contest. The contest is open to all high school, middle school, and elementary school students living in North America.
The goal of this contest is to increase awareness of Nepali culture in order to preserve our culture and ultimately gain a better understanding of ourselves. We would like to invite all interested students to participate and play vital role in making our effort successful.
Listed below are brief details regarding the individual contest for high school, middle school and elementary school participants. For detailed information regarding guidelines, eligibility, submission date, judging committee, and judging criteria, please click on the corresponding URLs below.
(A) High School Contest
(B) Middle School Contest
(C) Elementary School Contest
Dr. Sushama Pradhan
Committee Chair, Student Writing Contest
12th ANMA/NASeA joint convention, 2016
High School Prize Sponsor :
Middle School Prize Sponsor : Dr. Sanjeeb Sapkota, and Sabina Sapkota, Lawrencvillle, Georgia
Elementary School Prize Sponsor : Mr. Rajendra Khatiwada and Ms. Nita Khatiwada, Georgetown, Kentucky
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Nepali New Year 2073 Celebrations in various parts of NASeA region:
Madison, North Alabama: Saturday, April 16, 2016
“NANA celebrates Nepali New Year 2073 Picinic’ in Madison, Alabama organized by Nepalese Association in North Alabama (NANA) and Nepali community in AL.
For more information please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/452348698291873/
Birmingham, Alabama: Saturday, April 16, 2016
“ALNA Bhanbhoj on Nepali New Year 2073” celebration in Alabama organized by Alabama Nepalese Association (ALNA). .
For more information please visit: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10208049094037915&set=gm.1018834211487721&type=3&theater
Gainesville, Florida: Saturday, April 16, 2016
United FNA-FANS in association with NSA @ University of Florida celebrates its Nepali New Year Picnic 2073 Program in Jacksonville, Florida.
For details please tour: https://www.facebook.com/UnitedFNAFANS/photos/a.406926899409651.1073741827.400428486726159/687940397974965/?type=3&theater
Miami, Florida: Saturday, April 16, 2016
Nepalese Student Association in Florida International University (NSA-FIU) together with Nepali Community in Miami celebrates and welcome Nepali New Year 2073 event in Miami, FL.
Stay tuned for detail information will be posted soon.
Orlando, Florida: Sunday, April 24, 2016
Nepali Community Center Orlando, Florida (NCCO) is organizing a picnic to welcome Nepali New Year 2073.
Venue: 3800 S Econlockhatchee Trial, Orlando, FL 32829
Time: 10-6 PM
For more information please contact:
NCCO President Dhan Thapa email@example.com
Atlanta, Georgia: Saturday, April 16, 2016
“Happy Nepali New Year 2073 Celebration & AGM of NAG” Celebration in Georgia organized by Nepalese Association in Georgia (NAG)
For details please tour: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201787726730216&set=gm.1592674324383863&type=3&theater
Tickfaw State Park, LA: April 17, 2016
“Nepalese Student Association of Louisiana State University and Nepali Community in Louisiana are celebrating Nepali New Year 2073 Picnic’
Venue: Tickfaw State park, Louisiana.
Stay tuned for detail information will be posted soon.
Ridge land, MS: Saturday, April 16, 2016
“Nepalese communities in Jackson, Mississippi are celebrating Nepali New Year 2073 Picnic’
Venue: Ross Barnet Reservoir, South Park, Ridge land, MS
Time: 2-6 PM
For more information please contact: Dr. Khusi Ram Tiwari Tiwarikr@hotmail.com
Cary, NC: Saturday, April 16, 2016
Nepali New Year 2073 celebration with Live Dance and DJ by Nepal Center of North Carolina (NCNC) and Nepali Community of NC. For details please check http://www.ncnepal.org/
Charlotte, NC: Sunday, April 17, 2016
Welcoming Nepali New Year 2073 celebration Picnic organized by Greater Charlotte Nepalese Association (GCNA)
For details please check: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10103653377055039&set=gm.1740886329481786&type=3&theater
Greer, SC: Saturday, April 9, 2016:
“Nepali New Year 2073 Picnic” South Carolina Association of Nepalese (SCAN) and Nepali Community in SC has already welcomed Nepali New Year 2073 by organizing picnic last week. For details please tour: http://www.evite.com/event/01756MISYBKLMI2HWEPF4MWRPL5XGM?gid=02DB4FAC25YYZM2UUEPF5PO5CK75AU&utm_campaign=view_invitation_button&utm_medium=email&utm_source=GUEST_INVITE_EVENT
NAseA proudly shares her service towards the community. With our effective communication and active partnership with all our State/Student and community organizations we will give consistency to our mission in best serving our community of this region and together we will learn our best practices and moving forward build a strong networking always placing the American Nepalese community first.
I urge all State/Student and community leaders to provide us with the information on Nepali New Year 2073 celebration and other activities in your region and we will update the April 2016 calendar accordingly. As always, thanks for your support.
Let us all welcome the Nepali New Year 2073 and together keep our Nepali American root values alive here in US far from our motherland Nepal.
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Respected Parents/Students of Georgia, Greetings!
NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc committee is requesting for application for annual APAC-GA scholarship awards. The committee will select one candidate to represent Nepali community from Georgia. Selected candidate’s essay will be submitted to APAC-GA to enter for scholarship program(s) as given below.
Please submit your application to NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc committee via email at Scholarship@NASeAOnline.org by March 16, 2016 Midnight Eastern Time. Upon selection, you will be asked to fill in the final APAC-GA Application.
Scholarship Description & Rules:
- Applicants must be resident of Georgia (APAC decided to accept applicants only from Georgia this year)
- Apply by submitting application Click here for Application
- Essay should follow Rubric Click here Rubric
- Applicants will be judged on their overall academic achievement, leadership qualities, extra-curricular involvement, community service, established essay grading rubric, and the following guideline set by APAC-GA.
- APAC-GA will be awarding two separate special scholarships of One Thousand Dollars each ($1,000.00) at APAC-GA’s 31st Annual Unity Gala on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
- 2016 Eric Lu Scholarship
- 2016 Chinese American Lions Club of Atlanta Scholarship
- These scholarships are meant to support the college education of deserving Asian American high school students who are about to graduate and enter college.
- All APAC-GA member scholarship winners in 2016 are eligible to apply for these two separate scholarship awards. Candidate must be physically present for the event to receive award.
- ESSAY must not exceed 500 words. There are two essays, one for each scholarship. Please write the essay for the scholarship(s) you are applying for. If you are applying for both, please write both essays and clearly indicate the start and finish for each separate essay.
Essay #1: Eric Lu Scholarship Award
Essay Theme: Jimmy Carter, our past president, dedicated his life by developing the Carter Center to advance human rights in order to develop greater unity in social interaction across the world. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, gave up 99% of his Facebook shares to charity. Rather than using that money to relish in worldly things, he’s putting aside luxury for the sake of others. Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada, who pursued the prestigious career as a neurosurgeon, placed his life on hold for one year to serve the community as the International Lions Club President. Sacrifice is the willingness to put aside one’s own benefit for the greater good. Regardless of an individual’s ranking or social standing, these are countless prime examples of people sacrificing their needs for the sake of humanity.
Do you recall a time where you had to sacrifice something, and how have these sacrifices come to define you as an individual?
Essay #2: Chinese American Lions Club of Atlanta Scholarship Award
Essay Theme: As a nation of immigrants offering opportunities for anyone who is willing to work hard to achieve acceptance and success, what are your thoughts concerning providing safe haven for refugees from around the world who are seeking escape from danger and oppression?
NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc committee Members/Judges:
- Manoj Jha, Ph.D. Chair, Academic and Professional Committee, NASeA
- Uttam Gaulee, Chair, Education and Entrepreneurship Committee, NASeA
- Dr. Niroj Basnet, Chair, Youth Empowerment Committee, NASeA
- Sushama Pradhan, Ph.D. President, Nepal Center of North Carolina (NCNC)
- Damu Dongol, President, NAG
Please spread the news and encourage your children to submit the application along with the supporting essay, and take an advantage of this college entering opportunity. Best of Luck!
Executive Vice President, NASeA
Project Lead, NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc Committee
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