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The Costa Rica U.S.A. Foundation for Cooperation (CRUSA) created Dr. Ana Sittenfeld Specialized Technical Scholarship Program and CRUSA-AFS Scholarship Program for Scientific High School Students.

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Winter Preparation Kit
Winter Preparation Kit: Provide a winter coat, hat and gloves for an outstanding Costa Rican headed to northern climes to study.
50.00
Laptop
Buy a laptop so a scholarship recipient can handle Master’s program demands.
500.00
Full Preparation Course
Full preparation course: Cover all costs of preparing a scholarship recipient for his or her U.S. Master’s degree, including coursework and test fees.
500.00
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The Costa Rica U.S.A. Foundation for Cooperation (CRUSA) created Dr. Ana Sittenfeld Specialized Technical Scholarship Program and CRUSA-AFS Scholarship Program for Scientific High School Students.

Dr. Ana Sittenfeld Specialized Technical Scholarship Program

- Scholarships aimed at students who are completing their last year in professional technical high schools (CTPs) or their International Baccalaureate (IB) and want to continue studying in technical fields in U.S. community colleges

- Scholarship beneficiaries will be able to complement their academic education with internships at companies that have operations in Costa Rica and headquarters on U.S. soil.

- The program has the support of CINDE (the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency), the U.S. Embassy, United Airlines and the Costa Rican-North American Cultural Center (CCCN) through its educational counseling office, Education USA.

CRUSA-AFS Scholarship Program for Scientific High School Students

- Scholarships for students who are completing their tenth year at scientific high schools, have an intermediate level of English, demonstrated academic excellence, a leadership profile, and a desire to go into a science and technology-related field.

- Beneficiaries study one year of high school in the U.S. The scholarship includes transportation, lodging, meals and a stipend for personal expenses.

- The program is promoted by the U.S. Embassy in Costa Rica and American Field Service (AFS Costa Rica).

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