Two potential civic engagement opportunities of interest for undergraduate students. Note: These are not related to ADP. Please direct all questions to the appropriate programs.
Summer Service Scholars (SSS) is an academic internship program in New York’s State Capital through the Siena College Center for Academic Community Engagement. Accepted Summer Service Scholars spend 9 weeks with a nonprofit community partner in the Capital Region, working on projects that build capacity within the organization. SSS provides participants with engaging and valuable experience working with nonprofits, and an opportunity to engage in conversations about social justice with a cohort of other students interested in making a difference in the community.
In conjunction with their full-time service, participants enroll in a Siena College course, Internships in Community Development, for 0-6 credits, meeting once a week on Siena’s campus for seminars that focus on professional and community development. Scholars have the opportunity to utilize on-campus housing at Siena, and can apply to a competitive stipend pool once accepted to the program.
Priority Application Deadline: February 19, 2018
Final Application Deadline: March 19, 2018
Program Start Date: May 22, 2018
Program End Date: July 20, 2018
The William & Mary Office of Community Engagement is now accepting applications for our 2018-19 public service fellowships:
- · Fellow for Alternative Breaks
- · Fellow for Local Engagement
- · Fellow for Education Programs
- · Housing Fellow
Recent college graduates have the opportunity to serve for 9 months in Williamsburg, VA. Three of those positions are based in our office and focus on engaging students in the work of active citizenship through student advising and program oversight. The fourth fellowship is community-based, increasing the capacity of local non-profit Housing Partnerships Inc.
The 18-19 fellows will serve from August 6, 2018- May 3, 2019. They will receive a stipend as well as free housing in our graduate complex.
To learn more visit our fellowship page. Review begins March 1.