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SPRING 2018 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS FOR ENGAGED STUDENTS

Apply by Monday, February 19th!

January 23, 2018 6:05 PM
AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SHRIVER CENTER FOR SPRING 2018:

The deadline for application submission is Monday, February 19, 2018 by 5:00pm.  No applications will be received after the deadline.  Only complete applications will be accepted.

The Samson, Rosetta A., and Saddie Feldman Award$700

Established in January 1996 by Sadie B. Feldman in memory of her family, this award is given to a UMBC student (junior or senior) who has demonstrated, through community service and academic activities, an understanding of the responsibilities of citizenship.

Samuel I. Rosenberg Fund Award$700

Established in April 1995 by Samuel I. Rosenberg, this award is given to a UMBC student (any year) who has completed a public service-focused internship, with either a nonprofit or government organization, directly addressing a social challenge.

The scholarship award will be applied toward tuition for Spring 2018.  

TO APPLY:  Submit your resume, unofficial transcript and essay by 
5:00 pm on Monday, February 19th to The Shriver Center on the main level of the Public Policy Building, or email the application to: Shirley Carrington at shirleyc@umbc.edu.  

In an essay of 250 words minimum (but no more than one page), please explain:

How has your public service-focused internship or service experience(s) impacted you as a person?

How has your experience(s) influenced your career and personal goals?

How has your experience(s) provided opportunity for continued engagement at UMBC and the broader community?  

**Please be sure to submit a separate application if applying to more than one award**