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2014  Prize Information
American Association of Teachers of French 
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For Students
  • Open only to graduating Connecticut High School seniors whose nominating teachers are current members of AATF-CT. 
  • Each current AATF-CT Chapter member may nominate one graduating senior from a Connecticut school.
Description
  • Two $500 prizes will be awarded to two deserving graduating seniors, currently studying French, who plan to continue studies in French or in a related area.
  • Students who live in a home where French is regularly spoken or who hae lived or studied in a French-speaking country for more than eight weeks are ineligible.
  • Please note that as part of the qualifying process, all finalists will be interviewed in French during the afternoon of May 1, 2014.
Sponsor
AATF-CT
Application information
  • All applications (hard copies only) must be postmarked by March 31, 2014.                               
  • Late applications or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
  • Only the 2014 Prize Application Form may be used.  Applications which include items from past forms will be rejected.
  • Click to download the 2014 materials in two ways:
  • For more information, teachers should e-mail  Alberta Conte or phone her at 203.469.7340
  • Mail complete application to Alberta Conte, AATF Prize, 12 Virginia Rd., East Haven, CT 06512.
Winners announced
May 19, 2014

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