Service-Learning Internships: Interns play a pivotal role in the Service-Learning Program, which places over 600 UMBC students each year at service sites. Service-Learning Interns are student leaders who aspire to take on a more challenging role to lead various service sites. The S-L Intern position offers numerous opportunities for personal and professional development, as well as linkages to future leadership positions.
Shriver Living Learning Center Resident Assistant: The Shriver Living Learning Center (SLLC) is a residential community in Erickson Hall that is committed to service and civic engagement. The Resident Assistant serves this community by developing community-building activities, facilitating major community events such as Move-In and Check-Out, and addressing issues within the community through floor meetings or individual discussions.
France & Merrick Scholarship: The Shriver Center leads this undergraduate merit scholarship program, funded by the France & Merrick Foundation. The scholarship is available for students who demonstrate an exemplary commitment to service, leadership, and civic engagement on the UMBC campus and in Baltimore City. Students who participate in service-learning or service-learning interns are encouraged to apply. Two undergraduate students received full scholarships and six students received partial scholarships during 2009-2010. France & Merrick Scholars combine service, reflection, and academic study.