The Summer Service Fellowship is an intensive eight-week summer experience that challenges students to engage in significant community projects—either those identified by a community organization or something the participating student develops. The fellowship provides F11 credit.
The program commitment is 40 hours a week: on average 35 hours per week are devoted to community projects and 5 hours per week are devoted to group programming. Fellows are paid $3,520 ($11.00 an hour) and campus housing is provided in one of the campus residence halls (note: Fellows are not required to live on campus). Fellows may not hold another job or attend summer school so that participants have time and energy to fully engage in the experience.
For more information, view the Summer Service Fellowship site. The deadline to apply is February 15. Please contact Sandi George Tracy, Scott Garner, or Rachelle Brown for questions.