The purpose of the McConnell Student Opportunity Fund is to encourage student-initiated projects that foster undergraduate student innovation, initiative, and self-reliance, by providing students with financial support to pursue practical research and, most particularly, job-related experiences. Funds are intended to nurture the development of new experiences and/or to enhance intellectual and practical skills complementary to those taught in academic programs.
The Tomlinson Internship program provides students with experiential learning opportunities related to their academic program, while earning money to offset their educational costs. Each year, the program awards up to $20,000 to support various internship positions on campus. Directors, Managers, Coordinators and Department Chairpersons can submit an application. The call for applications is sent each spring from the Student Affairs Office. Students can then apply to the internship positions.
Deadline: April 19, 2019
Each year, the Bishop’s University’s graduating class “gives a little purple back” to the Build a Better Purple Fund.
What’s it for? The fund is to be used to financially support student-led initiatives aimed at enhancing the BU Community. Students who have developed any program or activity they believe requires assistance to prosper on campus should apply. Whether it’s starting a soup kitchen to benefit the homeless on weekends or fostering green initiatives, as long as the fund is being utilized to contribute an improvement to the borough of Lennoxville and to Bishop’s University while helping a student reach and explore their potential, the fund is up for grabs.
Visit the page Build a Better Purple for information about what to include in your proposal and important dates.
Questions? Email Allison Verville: email@example.com.