University YMCA Scholarship Opportunities!

Posted by VP of Web Development SWB on Monday, March 16, 2015
The University YMCA is offering two new scholarships, one for students who are traveling for international projects and the other for students interning with non-profit and public agencies:

FRED S. BAILEY INTERNATIONAL SERVICE TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP FOR CAUSE-DRIVEN LEADERS

The Fred S. Bailey International Travel Scholarship program will fund up to 75% of the total cost of international travel with a service component.  Awards range from $600-$1800.  Eligible applicants must have been involved in the program (academic or extracurricular) for a minimum of one semester before traveling. Recipients will be selected on the basis of their demonstrated commitment to the project/program, long-term career goals in international development or related fields, the trip's potential impact on the student's learning and professional development, potential for positive impact on the host community and financial need.

 

FRED S. BAILEY INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR CAUSE-DRIVEN LEADERS

Are you interested in an unpaid internship but are concerned about the financial hardship it may cause? The Fred S. Bailey Internship Scholarship Program for Cause-Driven Leaders offers undergraduate students at the University of Illinois who receives an unpaid internship with a public service agency or not-for profit organization is eligible to apply. Awards are $1,000 for a part-time internship or $2,500 for a full-time internship and are given directly to the student.

 

APPLICATION PERIOD for Summer 2015/Fall 2015 

(For internships and trips that occur between May 16, 2015 -January 17, 2016

Applications Open: March 16 

Application Deadline: April 15


For more information or to apply,visit:

 http://www.universityymca.org/bailey/awards.html or attend an info session!

 

Upcoming Information Sessions

  • March 19 at 4pm in Wahl Room at the University YMCA
  • March 20 at 12pm in Wahl Room at the University YMCA
  • March 30 at 5pm in Wahl Room at the University YMCA



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