The Al Black Public Service Fellows Program!
The Al Black Public Service Fellows Program is a way to connect with other Sociology majors engaged in Public Service in a brand new two-quarter program built around recognizing public service by our majors.
Click here for full information: Al Black Public Service Fellows Application
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Time commitment is no more than 4 hours per quarter for two quarters. You must be a Sociology major in Junior or Senior standing who has had a standing commitment to Public Service.
Graduating Al Black Fellows will be recognized at the Annual Sociology Graduation Celebration held in spring quarter. We also encourage Al Black Fellows to apply for the Al Black Award for Community Service in spring quarter (awarded at graduation)
The Department of Sociology has long recognized that Community Service is important to many of its undergraduate students. Sociology majors believe in equality and social justice and for many students that translates into a strong commitment to Public Service. However, this commitment is not always reflected on academic transcripts; many students engage intentionally but also quietly as they find purpose and meaning in their service work.
Contact anyone in Sociology Advising with questions or inquiries!