This collection covers Georgetown University’s International Student Exchange Program with particular interest in the Central American Scholarship Program from the 1970s to the 1990s. The programs were spearheaded by Father Harold Bradley, S.J. with the hopes of educating students in trade skills so that they may return to further develop their home country. The International Student Exchange Program was put in place to acquire students from around the world while the Central American Scholarship Program was put in place particularly to financially aid students from Central America and the Caribbean. This process also involved other institutes of higher education throughout the country including both universities and community colleges. Documents in this collection include but are not limited to correspondence, spreadsheets, plans, statistic reports, travel logs, travel brochures, itineraries, surveys, photos, financial records, memos, newspaper clippings, résumés, bills, interim reports, and meeting minutes.
This collection contains ten boxes, with five series: Harold Bradley, Central American Scholarship Program(CASP), International Student Exchange Program(ISEP), Miscellaneous, and Statistics. Folders are numbered from 1 to x within each box.