The Elizabeth T. and John S. Workman Summer Project Grant, an award of up to $2,500 in the summer of 2018, is designed to assist students exploring their vocation in one or more of the professions and forms of civic engagement close to hearts of Rev. John S. and Elizabeth T. Workman. These are (in order of the donor’s preference and priority):
- Work connected to the United Methodist Church,
- Professions used for the promotion of social justice,
- Careers related to the news media, and/or
- Careers involving writing.
Projects, internships, courses of study, and activities on or off campus, but preferably off campus, will be considered. Grant activities should span 6 – 8 weeks, approximately 30 – 40 hours per week. Applications for 2016-17 will be due February 2, 2017. Applications are available in the Miller Center (SLTC 133) or here.
Applications for 2018 will be available here and in SLTC 133 November, 2017.