Certification and other training in abroad.
Marion Wright Edelman Scholarship is named after eponymous social activist Marion Wright Edelman who had a true heart and was a messenger of peace in the brutal, ruthless, and fierce world. The foundation expects the same from its future candidates. The foundation is aspired to search or create such bonfires and generous social workers who wish to work for the betterment of children by eradicating poverty related issues, highlighting responsibilities of the parents for improving the education, health care and other key concerns which damage the psyche of the children. The fund is offered to the scholars who strive to create a better world devoid of barbaric and mindless violence, disparity, bigotry, corruption, and intolerance.
Since 1936 Lisle scholarship has been offering intercultural programs. Lisle is incorporated in New York as a non-profit educational organization. The goal of this scholarship is to raise the consciousness of the students and help them understand the living conditions of the children in another part of the world. Candidate gets an opportunity to increase their knowledge about the world around them and create a bond with the future generation. The value of Lisle scholarship is that it emphasizes on the promotion of the message of universal solidarity and peace devoid of mindless and barbaric violence, discrepancy, corruption, and intolerance. Lisle volunteers want to make the world more aware of and understand the current problems which nowadays children and teens of the present generation are facing in the form of illiteracy, acute poverty, malnutrition, unpredictable and erratic diseases, teenage pregnancy, drug addiction, distorted psychological behavior, exploitation etc.
Candidate gets an aid of $1,000 in his/her doctoral program.
The duration of scholarship varies with the program chosen by the candidate.