Language Travel ScholarshipCANDIDATES
Check out our candidates' profiles and vote to give your favorite the chance to win the $3,000 USD Language Travel Scholarship!
The Winner will be selected from the top 3 most voted candidates by a panel of our best Spanish and Portuguese experts (Listen & Learn native teachers).
The scholarship has been rescheduled for 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. New deadline to be announced.
21 years old
Georgia State University
“ I am intermediate in my Spanish speaking, writing, and reading but I have yet to have an immersive experience! I hope to work in developing countries and communities in Latin America and I want to perfect my Spanish for this reason ”129 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
22 years old
The College of William & Mary
“ I'm a double major in Spanish and History. I study dictatorships, state repression, and memory work in Latin America, and I would love the opportunity to visit some of the countries I've been studying in my classes. If I won this scholarship, I would take the chance to work with some of human rights organizations in person and develop my understanding of these places. ”104 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
25 years old
University of North Carolina
“I'm a Chemistry student at NC University. I am also a passionate reader in love with some of the most important Latin American writers, that's the reason why I decided to learn Spanish. ”100 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
23 years old
“My name is Gaetan and I'm a 23-year-old Business student at Stockton University. I'm mainly interested in Tourism and Event management. Therefore, to communicate with my future clients abroad, I'm interested in learning different languages. Currently, I'm focused on learning Spanish ”99 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
27 years old
Santa Clara University
“I have always loved Latin America/ Spanish culture. I majored in Spanish in college for two years but it didn’t go as well as I hoped. I used to live in California and I got a lot of amazing friends who are from a Hispanic background. I would love to take this opportunity to really get to know the culture better. I speak Japanese, Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. As a language teacher, I understand how immersing yourself in another culture can foster language learning. I remember when I went to Barcelona and Marbella, even though I could only speak half-decent Spanish, the locals really appreciated the effort I put in. Traveling to a foreign country while speaking the local language gives you a whole new amazing experience. I would like to experience that when going to Latin America. ”84 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
24 years old
The University of Virginia
“Hi! I'm Corinne and I'm an Undergraduate Architecture student at the University of Virginia. Every time I travel, I choose my destinations based on my passions, Architecture and History. I want to be able to fully understand the stories behind the most important pre-Columbian temples in Central America as told by locals. That's why I've been studying Spanish for the past 4 months and decided to apply for this Scholarship. ”83 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
23 years old
University of Indianapolis
“My name is James and I'm an International Relations student at the University of Indianapolis. I've always enjoyed learning about and discussing international politics and wish to work for the government of a foreign country. I'm currently taking Spanish lessons. ”80 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
19 years old
“Throughout high school and now in college, people assume that I am Hispanic from my looks and approach me speaking Spanish. My best friends speak Spanish and whenever I hang out with them, people start to converse with me in Spanish while I stare at them in confusion. I love to learn new languages. I can speak English, Bangla, Hindi, and Chinese. Adding one more language to the list would help me in my career field as well since I am majoring in International Business. Communication is key is the most important rule in my book. Being able to learn Spanish would open up my ability to explore a new culture and communicate with others who speak the language and broaden my connections. ”75 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!
18 years old
“I would like to learn Spanish because the language and culture have always fascinated me. Also, my boyfriend is Mexican and, almost, none of his immediate family speaks English. I would like to have conversations with his mother and father without struggling. ”45 votes Listen to my tongue-twister Help me win, share my profile! VOTE for me!