On 7 December 2019, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation, represented by the President of the Board, Mr. Zbigniew Pisarski, has granted 7 scholarships to the best prospective international students of the Academy of Young Diplomats program (2019/2020 edition). Among the recipients of the scholarships were: Louise Silva Ferreira (Brazil), Jelena Jevtić (Serbia), Raluca-Andrea Manea (Romania), Maryna Posmitna (Ukraine), Marija Radović (Serbia), Caroline Rushingwa (United Kingdom) and Martin Vogrin (Slovenia).
The Academy of Young Diplomats (AYD) is a top-tier postgraduate diplomatic Program, which empowers a new generation of global leaders, through an innovative annual training experience, ending with an Executive Diploma in the Art of Diplomacy (EDAD). Established in 2004, the AYD prepares future diplomats, civil servants and social entrepreneurs for international careers. Organized by the European Academy of Diplomacy, the Program is known for its world-class faculty, practitioners-oriented approach and a network of more than 3000 graduates from over 60 countries.
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation has been supporting the Academy of Young Diplomats since 2004 and has so far provided over 100 scholarships to both Polish and international participants applying to the program.