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The Florida Executive Women (FEW) Scholarship application period is now open. As you may know, FEW is a professional women’s group focused on community and business issues and providing support – via academic scholarships -- to the next generation of Central Florida women leaders.
FEW Scholarship Requirements,
Junior or senior level female student,
Full-time resident of Orange, Seminole, Brevard, Lake, Volusia or Osceola County,
Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0,
Financial need of at least $3,000.
Application and instructions available online at https://www.fewcfl.org/ucf-scholarship-packet/
Deadline: April 23, 2021
Interested in working with a non-profit? Planning on going into a medical field after college? Then look into the International Medical Outreach (IMO), a non-profit organization here at UCF!
IMO works to help those all over the world that are not able to fully help themselves and improve not only the medical surrounding of a group of individuals, but also the mental environment around those individuals as well! While most people have an extra shoulder to rely on, IMO bases themselves on providing that shoulder for those that don’t. IMO provides seminars, panels, and other forms of help for its members when it comes to progressing in the medical field, both career wise and educationally. Aspiring students can earn service hours via KnightConnect and join others in their journeys to succeed. IMO does trips to Haiti, New Orleans (NOLA), and other countries (which vary depending on conditions and season), and they plan to get back to traveling as soon as they can to aid those that need the extra help.
You can get in contact with IMO through their Instagram (@imoucf) as well as their Facebook and UCF website https://www.imoucf.org. They would greatly appreciate your support if you're interested!
The annual 2021 Student Global Leadership Conference takes place April 10-11, 2021. Sponsored by the Foundation for International Education, this conference is, for the first time, fully online and completely free to attend.
This year's theme, "Leadership for Change in an Uncertain World," brings together a diverse array of leadership experts and educators from around the globe for a weekend of in-depth leadership learning and training, on a timely topic applicable to everyone. This is a unique opportunity especially for students to have a global leadership conference on their resume.
Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to attend, from any college or university in the world. This is a great opportunity for your students to network with students, other student-leaders, and leadership professionals from around the world. It's also great professional development for leadership educators, faculty and university staff too.
Find out all the details and register at https://www.fie.org.uk/sglcconference.
Post-Grad Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice
DART will hold an online info session on Wednesday, March 24 at 6 pm to discuss careers in community organizing. All UCF students and alumni welcome, particularly those graduating this year. Sign up at www.thedartcenter.org/info
DART trains professional organizers and community organizations to work for social, economic and racial justice, including: Holding police departments accountable, Shutting down the school-to-prison pipeline, Reining in predatory lenders, Expanding access to primary health and dental care, Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training, Fighting for immigrants' rights
Positions start August 9, 2021 in:
Florida (St. Petersburg, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Tampa, Fort Myers and West Palm Beach), Georgia (Savannah), Kansas (Lawrence, Topeka, Wyandotte County and Johnson County), Kentucky (Louisville and Lexington), South Carolina (Charleston)
Starting salary $40,000/year + benefits.
DART organizations are diverse coalitions including many low- and moderate-income, minority and immigrant communities. We strongly encourage people from these backgrounds, as well as fluent Spanish speakers and DACA recipients, to apply.
The Women’s Executive Council (WEC), an external professional women’s group, is accepting scholarship applications for its 2021 cycle. The amount of each scholarship, $1,972, commemorates the year WEC was founded. As an FYI, in 2020, WEC awarded 46 academic scholarships.
Be registered for at least 12 credit hours at one of the following schools: Daytona State College; Florida A&M University; Florida Institute of Technology; Herzing University (Orlando); Rollins College (College of Liberal Arts); Rollins College; Seminole State College; University of Central Florida; or Valencia College.
High School students must be a Senior and registered to attend one of the above stated Colleges/Universities for Summer or Fall 2021.
DEADLINE: June 30, 2021 (Applications and all materials must be submitted via email by 5:00 p.m.)
APPLICATION and full criteria information available here:
The Education Project is a non-profit organization that is looking for volunteers. This is great for resumes, grad school and job applications. They are reaching out to students at UCF in hopes of finding individuals willing to volunteer only 1-2 hours a week to help students across the country with their school work.
The Education Project provides free-of-charge tutoring services to students across the country to help the transition to online learning students across the country are facing. We provide all resources needed for volunteers to feel successful in their work.
If are interested, if you have any questions, or if need more information about the program, please visit https://theeduproject.net/ or reach out to Pauline, the Outreach Coordinator.