Student Awards

KALLICK COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

(5 AWARDS PER SEMESTER)
The Community Engagement Center would like to invite you to apply for Kallick Community Service Award, available each semester.
This is an AMAZING monetary award opportunity for students completing service/ social responsibility projects.

 Eligible applicants for this award must:
– Have completed 100 (or more) verified personal community service hours during the 2019-2020 academic year.
– Provide a project narrative (description/ quantified data)
– Answer all required questions on this application including the 4,000 character (not word) project description.
– Provide one Letter of Recommendation from a faculty member or community partner.

NEWMAN CIVIC FELLOWSHIP

“The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who are change makers and public problem-solvers at Campus Compact member institutions. Fellows are nominated by their president or chancellor on the basis of their potential for public leadership. Through the fellowship, Campus Compact provides students with training and resources that nurture their assets and passions and help them develop strategies or social change.

Nomination Open Application:
October 31, 2019- December 13th, 2019 by 3PM
Nomination Information:
Complete Application provided in the link below which will include:
– Nominee Information Sheet
– Leadership Profile
– Personal Statement
– Mentor Information Sheet

GLOBAL LOCAL SENIOR THESIS AWARD

NEED $$$ CASH? Are you a senior, completing a thesis or senior project during the spring 2020 semester? Does your project have a social responsibility or community engagement theme? Does it have both a global AND local context? Apply today by February 7th, 2020!
This award is designed to support Pitzer students who will be completing a senior
thesis/project during the 2020 spring semester. Funding is awarded to students who
complete a senior thesis/project involving community-based work across local and
global settings. The project should explore a common theme both locally and
internationally, ideally integrating study abroad experience with domestic internship
work.

For example, a student might study the impacts of incarceration on children in La
Verne, CA and in Ecuador, or examine AIDS activism in Botswana and at the Foothill
AIDS Project in Claremont.
*Please complete the GLSTA Application linked below.
**Awardees will be selected based on the criteria stated in the application.