April 22nd, 2010 by Joslyn Bedell
The Phoenix Project's Social Innovation Program (SIP) is the nation's premier statewide model for identifying, educating and engaging our next generation of social innovators. During an intensive six-week summer program, Phoenix equips top undergraduate and graduate students drawn from a competitive statewide pool with the knowledge, skills, relationships and courage to formulate sustainable and scalable solutions to our most pressing social challenges.
Due to the generosity of an anonymous donor, scholarship funds are available for one Richmond student to participate in this summer's SIP session. For more details on the program, visit http://www.phoenixproject.org/socialentrepreneurship/sip or contact Greg Werkheiser at email@example.com or (703) 408-2002.
April 14th, 2010 by Joslyn Bedell
Finally the camp you have been waiting for! Campus Pride organizes the only Summer Leadership Camp for LGBT and Ally college students. The five-day camp experience works to develop stronger undergraduate student leaders and safer, more LGBT-friendly colleges and universities. Participants have the opportunity to learn valuable campus organizing skills, coalition building and strategies for creating change at colleges and universities.
Tuesday, July 20 to Sunday, July 25, 2010 at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
For more information, visit www.campuspride.org/camp.asp
April 14th, 2010 by Jenny Pedraza
The Career Development Center will host a “Spiders in Science” road trip in the Richmond area Monday, June 14. The deadline to apply is April 30. Priority registration deadline is April 1. Space is limited.
Discover ways to connect your scientific interests to career opportunities by going behind the scenes of private and government organizations that employ scientists in Richmond. Over the course of the day, we will visit a variety of settings, such as a small biotech start-up, a large state-wide government lab and a field site for a nonprofit. Our day will include a meal with alumni and friends of the university who will share how they made the transition from college to the world of work.
To download your application, visit http://cdc.richmond.edu/programs/road-trips.html.
April 5th, 2010 by Katybeth Lee
If you have been accepted to CAHME accredited masters program in healthcare management / administration to begin fall 2010, are a U.S. student of color and have at least a 3.0 GPA, you are eligible to apply for the HCA Corris Boyd Minority Scholarship for 2010-2012.
Applications are due May 14 and require official university transcripts. More information can be found at http://www.aupha.org.