Funding Opportunities

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Students

Partnership Grants

Students and community partners connected to an APPLES course are eligible to apply for a partnership grant. These grants are intended to benefit the community partner and deepen the service-learning experience for a student. APPLES is offering up to 10 partnership grants of up to $100 each for the current semester. These grants fund supplementary materials for enhancement projects relating to a community partner. These grants must be submitted with both a student and community partner signature. Past partnership grants included printing and materials to create a recipe book for a community cooking class, support for focus groups assessing a community-based health care program and funding for a community festival. Apply now.

Faculty

Service-Learning Course Enhancement Grants

Grants up to $500 are awarded every semester. These grants can fund course development, materials or support required to teaching a APPLES service-learning courses. Applications are received and accepted on a rolling basis and require a statement on how the funds will deepen the learning within the course. Past course enhancement grants provided additional funds for a local radio program connected to a course, funding for a field trip to a nuclear reactor and support to attend an international conference featuring service-learning pedagogy. Apply now.

Graduate Student Service-Learning Course Development Grants

In an effort to cultivate service-learning pedagogy in future faculty, APPLES and The Graduate School are collaborating to offer course development grants exclusively to graduate students. Application is open to any UNC-Chapel Hill graduate student who serves as an instructor of undergraduate courses in Academic or Health Affairs. Current Ueltschi grant recipients are not eligible to apply. Interested students should complete the Ueltschi Service-Learning Course Development Grant application. Please check back for 2014 application information.