Expat Author, Travel Writer and Community Leaders to Help Decide 2011 Expat Youth Scholarship Recipients

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A diverse panel of expatriates will judge Clements International's 2011 Expat Youth Scholarship and help award a total of $10,000 to six students.

A diverse panel of expatriates will judge the 2011 Expat Youth Scholarship and help award a total of $10,000 to six students. Sponsored by Clements International, the leading provider of insurance solutions for expatriates and international organizations, this scholarship program is designed specifically for expat students who acquire unique life experiences growing up abroad.

Lara Dunston

Travel writer Lara Dunston has authored, contributed to and updated 50+ guidebooks, and experienced over 60 countries. As a well-traveled expat based in the Middle East, she has seen the world through the eyes of many different cultures, making her a perfect judge for this year’s scholarship theme.

Brian Gorg

Brian Gorg is the executive director of Families in Global Transition (FIGT), a non-profit organization focusing on cross cultural education and training to support the entire expat family. Brian is a valuable addition to the Judges Panel, bringing his experience with and understanding of the issues expat families face.                        

Bernadette Hale

Bernadette Hale is the executive director of the Foreign Service Youth Foundation (FSYF). As a member of a Foreign Service family and veteran of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the US Department of State, she has significant personal experience working with expat youth.

Alan Paul

Alan Paul is the author of Big in China, to be released by Harper Collins in March 2011. He also wrote "The Expat Life" column for WSJ.com from 2005, when he moved to China, until June 2009, shortly after he moved back to the United States. His experience parenting abroad gives Paul unique insight into how expat life affects children and adults.

Clements International’s 2011 Expat Youth Scholarship will award $10,000 to six students ages 12-18 of any nationality who have resided in a foreign country for at least two consecutive years. Participants must create a 2-3 minute video explaining their favorite thing about their host country and its culture. The scholarship entry deadline is Friday, May 13, 2011.

To learn more about the judges or for more information about the scholarship, visit http://www.expatyouthscholarship.com. Also, connect with the scholarship on Facebook and Twitter to receive important updates and information.

About Clements International

Clements International is the leading insurance provider for expatriates and international organizations. Founded in 1947, Clements offers worldwide auto, property, health, life and commercial insurance with superior customer service and claims response to customers in more than 170 countries. For more information, visit http://www.clements.com.


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