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Winter Break Community Engagement Fund
The Winter Break Community Engagement Fund (WBCEF) provides $750 to support students in committing to reciprocally impactful community engagement during the 2022-2023 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?
Applicants must have attended the November 2 information session or watch the recording (Link, Password: $94k8M%B). For those that watch the recording, please email Tom Ancona (firstname.lastname@example.org) and describe one tip - from the information session recording - for reaching out to a community partner.
October 21 - Application Open
November 2 - Information Session, 6-7p, Banister 106
November 9 - Application due, Noon
November 14 - Applicants Notified
December 5 - Rolling Applications Due
December 20-January 21 - WBCEF Volunteer Work
January 22 - Final WBCEF Materials Due