Priority Deadline (Winter break/J-Term) experiences: Wednesday, December 2nd
Application and information at go/cccs.
CCCS grants support international community service, advocacy, and activism. The fund supports international service-learning and community-building internships and/or related volunteer service experiences for undergraduate students. These internships and service initiatives may be student designed; preference is given to those opportunities in a culture distinctly different from the applicant’s background. You can utilize this fund for both virtual and in-person short-term opportunities such as a school break or longer-term projects (J-Term or semester-long). For more information visit go/cccs.
Optional info session to learn more about the grants and application process: Tuesday 11/10 3:30 p.m. eastern time, register here to get the Zoom meeting link.
For more information about other CCE Funding resources, please visit this link.
Many seniors are now thinking about their senior projects. Many of them have worked with you to identify senior work projects and the potential expenses involved. If they should need funding beyond what your department can provide, encourage them to apply for a Senior Research Project Supplement (SRPS).
Deadline: October 2, 2013
Funding up to $1,500*
Visit the Undergraduate Research website go/srps for an application and information about eligible expenses.
In addition, students looking for support to attend or present at an academic conference, may apply for academic travel funding at go/atf.
Questions may be addressed to email@example.com or contact Undergraduate Research in the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (CTLR), Davis Family Library 225G or at 443-3026.
Lisa Gates, Associate Dean for Fellowships and Undergraduate Research
Colleen Norden, Administrative Coordinator
*Students with projects needing less than $350 may continue to apply throughout the academic year as funding permits. In 2012-13, ninety students were funded; average awards were $485.
support the MiddACTION Fund with the Senior Class Gift!
(Well, yes, they also voted in the presidential election.)
This Class of 2013 and 2013.5 MiddACTION Fund will support internship and research funding for Middlebury students. EIA is very excited that the class of 2013 and 2013.5 has chosen to support experiential learning with this gift, and that seniors have voiced their support for the importance of experiential learning in the context of their liberal arts education.
To learn more about experiential learning at EIA, and the myriad possibilities available for civic engagement, research and internships, check out go/eia.
To find an internship of your own, whether it’s for Winter Term or next summer, visit MOJO today!