Below are the commitments that you are required to complete as a recipient of the Gilman International Scholarship and that you agreed to in the Gilman Terms and Conditions contract. Please note that many events and opportunities are exclusive to Gilman Scholars who have completed all requirements to become an alumnus/a of the program.
Gilman Recipient Evaluation and Contact Information
Within one month of your return from abroad all Gilman Scholars are required to submit a scholarship alumni evaluation and update your contact information. The evaluation is a brief survey of your experience abroad as a Gilman Scholarship recipient. You can find your alumni evaluation within your alumni portal.
Gilman Alumni Portal
Follow-on Service Project & Report
In order to become an alumnus/a of the Gilman Scholarship, all Gilman Scholars are required to carry out the Follow-on Service Project proposed in your scholarship application within six months of your return date to the U.S. Once your project is complete, you will need to submit your Follow-on Service Project report to the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program through the alumni portal. For details on what you must include within your report and answers to frequently asked questions, please review the link below. Should you have further questions, please contact the Gilman Scholarship Program.
View the Follow-on Service Project Report Guidelines (382 KB, PDF)
Submitting Photos from Abroad
Gilman alumni and scholars are encouraged to submit photos highlighting their experience abroad. Alumni and scholars are welcome to email photos directly to the Gilman Program by following the guidelines below. Please note that the Gilman Program uses photos of Gilman scholars to highlight on our website and in promotional materials such as brochures, posters and advertisements.
View the Photo Submission Guidelines (252 KB, PDF)
If you have any further questions about the Gilman Recipient Evaluation, Follow-on Service Project & Report or Submitting Photos, please contact the Gilman Scholarship Program.