Winter Break Community Engagement Fund

The McKeen Center is providing funding to support students who volunteer with a nonprofit or municipal organization between semesters.

The Program

The Winter Break Community Engagement Fund provides $750 to support students in committing to reciprocally impactful community engagement during the 2022 winter break. Participants will commit to providing 50 hours of volunteer service to a nonprofit or municipal organization and will receive training, support in identifying a host site, and a financial award from the McKeen Center. Volunteer work can be remote or in-person. Looking for more details about the program? An information sheet with frequently asked questions is available here. 

Program Timeline: NEW PROCESS UPDATED 11/1/2021

Info Session (required): Wednesday, October 20th from 4-5 PM in the McKeen Center Common Room. Sign up on Campus Groups to attend the event in person. Get a recording of the session by registering for the waitlist on Campus Groups or emailing Sam Cogswell.

Priority Application Due Date: 11/5/2021.

Applications accepted on rolling basis until: 12/6/21.

Hours Performed: 12/20/2021 to 1/21/2022

Final Poster Due: 1/23/2022