Chelsea Bladow
Service Learning Mini Grants Available!

Post-secondary instructors are invited to apply for a mini-grant for supplemental funding to start or enhance an existing service learning project.

  • Awards are up to $3,000
  • Apply by January 14, 2022
  • Period to complete project: February – April

By submitting an application you agree to participate in peer review of three other applications. Your applications will be evaluated on the following criterion:

  • Proposed project overview
  • Budget
  • Collaboration between multiple stakeholders
  • Project scope and timeline

Project documentation will be required at the end of the grant period along with giving a short (5-10 minute) overview of your project as part of a recorded group presentation on April 29, 2022.

Apply here!

Service Learning Mini-Grant Proposal Review Rubric

What is Service Learning?

Service learning is defined as: a high-impact learning experience which occurs when students apply what they have learned (in their education) in a technical environment with a community/industry partner to solve real-world problems. This active engagement approach supports the growth of the student as a professional, allowing them to apply their newly acquired skillset while strengthening meaningful partnerships between education, industry, and the community (Kinzie, 2012).

December 16, 2021

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