Participants will meet in Washington, DC for orientation on June 7, 2018, and they will depart for Greece as a group and accompanied by an ACG staff member on June 8, 2018. Participants bear an $1,000 portion of the airfare expense to Greece (the remaining cost is born by NHS), and they are responsible for transportation to and from Washington, DC. Tuition, accommodations, local transportation, meals, and other related costs are borne by the National Hellenic Society.
This once-in-a-lifetime educational program includes:
- First-hand experience of Hellenic heritage, traditions, and culture
- An experiential customized one-credit language and culture course
- Field trips and on-site teaching
- Recreational and educational excursions
- Modern, spacious housing at ACG
- Tuition, meals, and transportation in Greece
- Classroom materials
- be currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students
- be Americans of Greek descent*
- be 18-26 years of age
- never or seldom have been to Greece in the past
- have GPA of 3.0 or above
* Greek descent is defined as having one or more parents, grandparents, or great grandparents born in Greece. Please note that siblings or first cousins of past and/or current participants, who meet the program’s eligibility criteria, may participate in Heritage Greece 2018 on the condition that they reimburse NHS for all expenses related to their participation.
The Heritage Greece Program is the National Hellenic Society’s contribution to keeping Greek heritage and identity vibrant and relevant in the United States.
Application deadline is March 15, 2018.
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ACG Scholarship for Heritage Greece Participants
Upon successful completion of the program, ACG awards all Heritage Greece participants a generous scholarship to study abroad at ACG for a semester or summer term/session.