Becoming an SSP Student
Information on the Solstice Sponsorship Program (SSP) for applicants.
The SSP is a program in which students benefit a sponsorship for their education in exchange for outstanding behavior and performance at school, as well as 20 hours of service for a greater good.
Le Solstice accepts to review applications for a student sponsorship based on the minimum criteria below:
The applicant is already in the school system and is applying for primary, secondary, university or vocational training.
The applicant is unable to move forward due to economic hardship.
Le Solstice will prioritize requests from applicants who:
Embody the values of the program.
Are from a developing country and study in a developing country.
Require urgent action (come from an unstable family background, or abusive environment).
Maintain impeccable academic records.
Have excellent references and are introduced/recommended by a trusted party.
Le Solstice applies the following basic rules:
Sponsorship for Master or Doctoral degrees, unless absolutely necessary for the student's career prospects, will not be accepted.
Le Solstice will not tolerate bad attitude and laziness.
To receive a student sponsorship from Le Solstice, the applicant has to complete four steps.
The first step will be to get in contact with Le Solstice, who will run your request through the minimum requirements checklist (mentioned above) and may ask for clarifications to move forward.
You will receive the Le Solstice Sponsorship Program Guidelines & Application Form, and be asked to read and complete it.
The application form includes questions on your profile, family/social situation, education/professional situation, sponsorship specifics and budgeting.
You will also have to submit a passport copy or equivalent, your most recent report card, academic awards, diplomas or certificates (if any), at least one reference letter, a proof or promise of admission from the school you're applying to, and a hand-written motivation letter.
You will be invited to an interview to review your application form and amend your budget. The interview is also a way for Le Solstice to assess your values and motivation.
Le Solstice will issue a letter of agreement that you will be required to sign to confirm the details of your admission in the program.
Becoming an SSP Delegate
Information for Solstice Partners who wish to host the program and become SSP Delegates.
Le Solstice will consider the requests from Solstice Partners only if they:
Have at least three years of experience with Le Solstice.
Have an excellent relationship with Le Solstice.
Have extensive experience in dealing with students, school budgeting and student evaluation.
Have already met several times with Le Solstice.
If you're interested and fit the above criteria, contact your correspondent at Le Solstice.