Service Scholarships for GSSW Students available through AmeriCorps!

Service Scholarships for GSSW Students available through AmeriCorps!

If you are a U.S. Citizen you may be eligible for an AmeriCorps service scholarship if you are involved in the following service activities:

•           An unpaid internship with a non-profit or government agency

•           Preventative or Primary Health Care

•           Volunteering with a non-profit or government agency

•           Community Work Study

•           Participating in service learning activities

Earn up to $2,775 in Education Awards through DU’s AmeriCorps program! The program also offers many opportunities for professional development, a cohort of peers engaged in similar work, and access to funding for trainings.

Join us for an AmeriCorps Info Session in Craig Hall, Classroom 284 on Thursday, April 5th, from 11am to 11:50am, to learn more about this great opportunity! Please visit: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16MxHR1J-8J60miaw4H5rMeDmzkYGl2rDO8WzXqGF5TI/edit

If you would like to sign up to apply for the few remaining DU AmeriCorps slots, please register for a MANDATORY Enrollment Session (April 26th OR 27th, 11am -11:50am) HERE: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHFSTnE0WHhYYkZQR19xd0JkeXVMNGc6MQ#gid=0

For more information – and to see if your Field Education experience qualifies you for an AmeriCorps position – please see the attached flier!

Please contact your DU AmeriCorps Coordinator for additional questions:

Fiona Shepherd

Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning http://www.du.edu/ccesl/americorps.html

p: 303.871.3332

e: duamericorps@gmail.com

Ryan J Hanschen

Program Coordinator, Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning

University of Denver

Driscoll Student Center South

2050 East Evans Avenue, Suite 22

Denver, Colorado 80208

Direct: 303.871.4281

Facsimile: 303.871.3110

www.du.edu/ccesl

“Despair shows us the limit of our imagination. Imaginations shared create collaboration, and collaboration creates community, and community inspires social change.”

-Terry Tempest Williams

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