Digging Into History: Trench Restoration In Seicheprey, France
This is the application for the "Digging Into History: Trench Restoration in Seicheprey, France" project.
* This application is only for Connecticut high school students entering 11th or 12th grade in the 2019/2020 school year.
* Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. on January 20.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES THE APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 11:59 p.m. JANUARY 21.
No applications will be accepted after that time.
* Please be sure to have two recommendations in pdf or word format ready to upload. File names for these should include your last name.
Grade Entering in Fall 2019
This project is ONLY open to students entering their Junior or Senior year in Fall 2019.
Do you have a passport?
This is just for informational purposes. If accepted into this program you'll have plenty of time to get your passport.
Are you the child, grandchild, great-grandchild, niece or nephew of a 102d Infantry Regiment soldier? If so please tell us the name(s) of the soldier(s), what years they served in the 102d, and your relationship to the soldier(s).
Are you interested in learning more about scholarship opportunities?
What subjects interest you most?
French (language and/or culture)
What about the Trench Project do you find most appealing?
Being immersed in another culture
Being of service to the community
Documenting the experience through writing or visual arts
Exploring environmental issues caused by the war
Getting hands on experience with history
Learning more about WWI
The opportunity to make new friends
Which of the following most accurately describes your experience with the French Language?
I am fluent
I can communicate verbally and understand writing with limited ability
I can understand French, but have difficulty communicating and/or reading
I have little to no experience
Please list any extracurricular activities in which you participate. Clubs, activities, sports teams, volunteer or religious organizations, employment etc.
What do you hope to experience while on this assignment, and how will you share these experiences when you return? (250 Words Max.)
Why is it critical we protect and maintain our World War One Heritage? (250 Words Max.)
Read the pamphlet "When Connecticut Stopped the Hun: The Battle of Seicheprey, April 20-21, 1918" (
). Given the record of this battle according to General Edwards, why is it important that citizens of Connecticut maintain a relationship with the people of Seicheprey? (700 Words Max.)
QR Code: "When Connecticut Stopped the Hun: The Battle of Seicheprey, April 20-21, 1918."
Is there any additional information about yourself you would like the application board to know? (250 Words Max.)
Please upload two recommendations from teachers, coaches, church leaders or other community leaders here. PDF files are preferred but Word files will be accepted. Please use your last name as your filename.
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