Are you or one of your fellow students a Community Service rock star?
Do you know someone who is deeply involved in community service projects and who is graduating this year?
Encourage them to apply for the Albert W. Black Undergraduate Community Service Internship Award!
A great many Sociology undergraduate students believe strongly in the importance of Community Service and we are often very surprised by the high level of commitment to community service our majors exhibit.
The Albert W. Black Undergraduate Community Service Award is intended to celebrate that commitment and honor a 2016/2017 graduating Sociology major. The award is intended for a student serving as a volunteer or participating in an internship with a Puget Sound area community service organization working with disadvantaged populations that’s having a positive impact on the local community.
Any graduating Sociology major may submit materials to become a candidate for the award. The 2017 Award amount will be $1,000. Please note that this is a SELF NOMINATED award.
All candidates are reviewed by the Department’s Undergraduate Program Committee which makes its recommendations to the Chair. The award winner is recognized during the Department’s Graduation Celebration in Meany Hall on Wednesday evening June 7th, 2017.
To learn more about the award and the self-nomination process and application, please read the full instructions here: 2017 Al Black Community Service Award Information
If you have question regarding the award or your self-nomination, we’d love to talk more with you about it! Please schedule an advising appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and mention you’re meeting to discuss the award.