Clinton Global Initiative University
Posted by on July 7, 2008
On behalf of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), I’m pleased to provide information about the CGI U Outstanding Commitments Awards, a potential source of funding for student service and activism projects. Applications will be accepted through July 28, 2008. Later this year, we will distribute 35 awards totaling $150,000. Students can apply for a grant of up to $10,000 for each project.
As you may know, CGI U is a new project of the Clinton Global Initiative seeking to create a community of university students taking action to address the world’s most pressing issues. The CGI U Outstanding Commitments Awards will provide recognition and financial support for a select number of CGI U commitments.
Commitments to Action will be judged on the following criteria:
Sustainability: How well does the commitment integrate principles of sustainability? CGI U assumes a broad approach to sustainability that incorporates economic, social, and environmental components.
Innovation: Does the commitment approach social issues in novel and interesting ways?
Replication: Can the project be replicated in different locations by new groups?
Impact: Does this commitment demonstrate a real and lasting impact in addressing global and/or local challenges? During the selection process both depth and scale of impact will be considered.
Leveraging Available Resources: Can this project effectively capitalize on the specific resources available to students?
We would welcome your assistance in sharing this information with students in your network.
For additional information, please visit our website at http://www.cgiu.org.
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