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Search for Talented Zimbabwe High School Students Starts

  • Gibbs Dube

USAP assists highly-talented, determined, economically-disadvantaged Upper Sixth students to apply for admission and scholarships from top U.S. colleges and universities. (Photo: Education USA)

USAP assists highly-talented, determined, economically-disadvantaged Upper Sixth students to apply for admission and scholarships from top U.S. colleges and universities. (Photo: Education USA)

The search for talented high school students, under the United States Student Achievers Program (USAP) of EducationUSA, has started in Zimbabwe.

Program Coordinator, Rebecca Ziegler Mano, says applications are available at all four EducationUSA Advising Centers at the Public Affairs Section in Harare (Eastgate, 7th Floor, Gold Bridge), Bulawayo Public Library, Gweru Memorial Library and Turner Memorial Library in Mutare.

The applications can also be found at www.usapglobal.org.

Mano says the applications are also being distributed to Advanced Level schools in Zimbabwe.

Students must be in their final ‘A’ Level studies this year and should submit applications by Tuesday, April 7, 2015.

“For the applications we are putting out now, we are looking for 35 top kids from all over the country,” she says.

USAP assists highly-talented, determined, economically-disadvantaged Upper Sixth students to apply for admission and scholarships from top U.S. colleges and universities.

To date more than 400 Zimbabwean students from all over the country have benefited from the program.

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