A proposal is a well-articulated description of the project, from beginning to end. It includes your project's purpose, goals, methodology, timeline and bibliography.
Approved projects are eligible to receive up to $2,000 in grants for project expenses. Expenses are what you need to make the project happen: supplies, fees, travel, but do not include tuition or per diem.
Engaged Learning grant dispersal:
- Award received upon approval, $250
- Reimbursement for money spent during project, up to $1,500
- Award received upon completion and presented at graduation luncheon, $250
Note: If your project requires IRB approval, confirmation of IRB approval must be submitted to the Office of Engaged Learning prior to dispersal of funds.
Mentor Letter of Recommendation
The Mentor Letter of Recommendation is a letter from the Office of Engaged Learning that you give to your mentor. The letter describes the commitment of the mentor to the project and the information needed in the recommendation.
Host Agency Letter of Support
If the project is hosted by a community partner, the Host Agency Letter of Support is from the Office of Engaged Learning that you give to your project supervisor. The letter describes the information needed.