Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund
Are you planning on participating in a low-paid or unpaid internship or have a research project or study abroad trip planned? Perhaps you have an interest in attending a professional conference or have an idea for a social entrepreneurship project? If so, the Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund may help you with the funds necessary to participate.
Students seeking support to pursue these types of experiential learning activities should apply. Students may apply for up to $1,000.
- Internships (low-pay* or unpaid)
- Research Projects
- Creative Works (performance/production,
- Travel (study abroad, National Student Exchange, field study programs, presentations and conferences, professional development)
- Service (projects related to serving your community)
*A low-paid internship is defined as receiving less than minimum wage ($9.20/hour)
The funding is composed of student-fee money ($1.00/semester), a "research fee" that was passed by ASUM, your student government, through a student referendum in spring 2015. Additional contributions come from Experiential Learning and Career Success, the Office for Research and Creative Scholarship, and the Washington Corporation.