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Faculty funding opportunities range from $250 to $1,500

Add service learning or career-preparation activities to your course with grants and support from the Classroom to Career Hub.

By Asia Wesley

November 9, 2021

Crystalann Archuleta working at a desk with internship colleague.Attention, faculty members: Are you looking to add service learning or career-preparation activities to your course? Now is the perfect time. To facilitate course redesign and implementation for course-based service learning and course-based career-preparation activities, the Classroom to Career Hub offers a variety of faculty-support grants ranging from $250 to $1,500. Faculty members from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. The available grants:

  • $250 – Service Learning Designation Incentive Grant
  • $500 – Service Learning Course Redesign 
  • $500 – Connecting Careers to Curriculum Course Revamp Grant  
  • $1,500 – Service Learning New Course Design Cohort
  • $1,500 – Community-based Research Fellows (faculty/student teams)
  • Faculty Fellow for Service Learning (paid position)

Read more details about each of these funding opportunities.

The C2 Hub Faculty Engagement team supports faculty members who are interested in expanding experiential learning, career preparation and graduate-school preparation for students. In addition to funding, the C2 Hub offers one-to-one consultations, workshops and class presentations. Learn more at the C2 website.

Topics: Academics, C2 Hub, Classroom to Career Hub, Funding

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