Service-Learning Student Intern Grant:
Amount: $960 (max: $480 per semester)
Number Available: 1
This grant allows qualified juniors or seniors to spend a semester or a full year being mentored by a faculty member who offers a significant service-learning course. Scholar intern proposals may be included as part of another grant proposal or may be submitted independently. This grant maybe used in the assistance of faculty with integration of service-learning to course curriculum, to pursue service-learning conferences under the supervision of a faculty member, or to cover costs incurred by transportation and facilitation of individual service-learning programs. The activities undertaken by a student intern will vary according to the needs of the project but the time commitment of the intern should not exceed 60 hours.
Criteria Used for Selection:
The Service-Learning Student Intern Grant will be selected based on the potential benefit to the student, to the sponsoring faculty member, and to service-learning.
Service-Learning Faculty Grant:
Number Available: 2
This grant is designed to encourage faculty to integrate service-learning into courses. Therefore, the grant can be used for faculty scholarship in the area of service-learning, integration of service-learning into existing coursework, transportation for service-learning opportunities, or to assist in the creation of relevant service-learning programs or discussion groups.
The application must include:
Click HERE for the Internal Grants Program Information Sheet.
* Faculty may apply for either grant or both grants
**If two grants are awarded the maximum amount becomes $1000 for each candidate chosen