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James R. Soles Undergraduate Citizenship Stipends
The stipends provides up to $4,000 for political science, international relations, public policy, and organizational and community leadership majors. The aim of the stipend is to support students whose fieldwork activities, internships or discovery learning experiences are related to advancing the general welfare of society. Awards are intended to encourage students to engage in “special” civic activities or public service projects with governmental agencies, public interest groups, non-profit organizations and private organizations whose mission is consistent with the aim of Soles Undergraduate Citizenship Fellowship.
The purpose of the awards is to defray costs such as housing, special fees, transportation, travel and other support expenses. It is not designed to provide a salary. Students are expected to file a report on their activities and how this experience will contribute to their educational development.
note: Students may not receive funding more than once, and
graduating seniors are ineligible.
The applications are accepted quarterly with the following deadlines: June 1st, September 1st, December 1st, and March 1st.
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Please send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
Your full name:
Student ID number:
GPA in major:
GPA overall (minimum 2.5 is required):
Are you in the UD Payroll system?
The amount for which you are applying:
Title and a brief description of the project or internship opportunity:
Describe the tasks you will perform while on your project or internship.
Describe how these tasks demonstrate a commitment to civic participation or public service. Describe how this opportunity will contribute to your education in your specific major.
In your email, please attach: