Urban and Regional Partnerships for Civic Learning and Student Success
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Mini-Grant Request Deadline: September 30, 2015
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Take advantage of CUMU’s latest collaboration with Campus Compact, Education Commission of the States, and Generation Citizen as we launch the Urban and Regional Partnerships for Civic Learning and Student Success Partnership Initiative.
More About the Initiative
The initiative is grounded in the understanding that civic learning is both intrinsically important and is a powerful way to deepen students’ engagement in their own education, thereby promoting their overall success. The initiative is a team-based approach designed to support local education partnerships through an Action Summit, taking place on November 18th in Baltimore, and complementary learning communities.
Apply for Mini-Grants
To enable participation in the Summit by broad-based urban and regional teams, the consortium is making available small grants to cover participants’ travel and lodging expenses. While the applicants for these grants will be institutions of higher education, funds will be used to cover the expenses of all participants, particularly those who cannot access institutional or organizational funds for this purpose.
Mini-grant applications are due by September 30, 2015 and must contain the following information:
- Project Lead at applicant institution
- Team members and rationales for participation
- Motivation for participation
- Letters of commitment from CEOs
Learn more about submitting a mini-grant here.
More in "Grant Opportunities"
- Equity-Focused Policy Research: Building Cross-Cutting Evidence on Supports for Families with Young Children – Feb 16
- Trauma Psychology Grant – Feb 15
- Proposals for Anti-Racism and Anti-Semitism – Feb 4
Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector
We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.