[Englmajors] Scholarship Opportunity for Students Engaged
in Community Work
wensel at u.washington.edu
Wed Oct 8 07:36:54 PDT 2008
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Subject: [Advisers] Scholarship Opportunity for Students Engaged in
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 10:51:34 -0700
From: Civic Fellowships <engage at u.washington.edu>
Passionate about community issues? Want to be a leader? Need money?
*Apply to be a Carlson Civic Fellow!*
Applications due _Friday, October 17th, 2008_
Drop-in Information Sessions on Friday, October 10th and Tuesday,
October 14th from from 3-5PM in MGH 120
Designed for Sophomores, Juniors, & Seniors, the Carlson Civic
Fellowship seeks to enable all students—regardless of economic
situation--to make a commitment to community leadership.
Carlson Civic Fellows will be enrolled in a 2-credit leadership
development seminar and supported with a $3000 scholarship over Winter &
Spring quarters. Scholarship funds are intended to free students from
work commitments and provide the time needed to work in partnership with
Each Carlson Civic Fellow will make a commitment to serve a
community-based organization from January through June 2009. Recipients
will also engage fellow students in public service and work
collaboratively with the Carlson Center staff on student engagement
projects. This is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience in
local community-based organizations, gain and enhance leadership skills,
and engage with the UW campus.
The Carlson Center is seeking students with various levels of leadership
and community experience to apply for the 2009 Carlson Civic Fellowship.
We aim to support a diverse group of students, including those with
Download the application form from the Carlson Center website at
Email the application to engage at u.washington.edu by 5PM on Friday,
Contact Kathryn Pursch at engage at u.washington.edu if you have any questions.
“Being a Civic Fellow allowed me to experience service from the inside
out…This entire experience played an important role in shaping my future
goals.” -Kelly Ward, 2007 Carlson Civic Fellow
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