Dear Friends & Colleagues of the Admiral Carey Foundation and the Washington Scholars Fellowship Programs:
I want to compliment and congratulate Sisu Pan of the Washington Scholars Spring Class - 2011, on being selected as the Editor for this new newsletter which will bring focus on the Admiral Carey Foundation's support and sponsorship of the International Distinguished Scholars program and the Washington Scholars Fellowship Programs. Sisu comes to these programs from China, and he is currently a graduate student at George Washington University in Washington, DC, where he is completing his Masters Degree in International Relations. He represented this foundation as a Delegate at the United Nations Youth Assembly held this past January at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
We plan on this newsletter being published quarterly, funded by the Admiral Carey Foundation, and focused on our growing involvement of international students in several of the foundation programs, including Distinguished International Scholars, Men of Accomplishment, Women of Achievement, Military Veterans of Distinction, Distinguished Eagle Scout Scholars, Distinguished Scholars of America, and Distinguished Scholars of Canada. I am exceptionally pleased at the rapid development and growth of all of these programs, and welcome the Distinguished International Scholars into our growing family of the best and brightest scholars in the world.
WELL DONE to Sisu Pan on this, the first issue of this newsletter. He will also be developing a parallel version that will be in Mandarin that will be circulated in China.
One more solid accomplishment in making ours a better world and our planet a safer place for our children and grandchildren. With all good wishes,
Rear Admiral [Ret.] James J. Carey, Chairman
The Rear Admiral James J. Carey Foundation, Inc.
Founder, The Washington Scholars Fellowship Programs