Service Fellowships provide students who have completed their sophomore or junior year with the opportunity of doing intensive summer service with non-profit organizations and churches in the United States or abroad. The purpose of the recipient's summer work should be tri-fold: to help where there is need, to learn from those in need, and to grow in vocational self-understanding. Under the guidance of the Miller Center staff, Service Fellows complete written and oral assignments to aid them in connecting their experience of serving others with vocational questions about who they are, the values they hold, and the purposes they wish their life's work to serve.
Service Fellowship awards are for up to $4,000 and may be used to cover such things as travel, living expenses, and lost summer income. Applicants must be rising juniors or rising seniors.
Odyssey credit in SW or GA categories is possible upon submission of an Odyssey Completion form. For GA credit the service site must be outside the United States.
Applications for 2016-17 will be due February 2, 2017. Applications are available in the Miller Center (SLTC 133) or through here (new applications will be published soon).
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For more information, please contact
Dr. Robert Williamson.