The application deadline for winter session funding was Wednesday, November 1, 2023.
To be considered, proposals must be completed in full and submitted using the online application form. Proposals must include the following information, within the space limits described on the online form.
- Applicant name, Cornell ID number, NetID and email address
- Applicant graduation year, college/school, majors(s), minors(s)
- Statement of financial hardship, if applicable
- Project title and start/end dates
- Community partner name, contact person, email, website and location
- Links to relevant the local (e.g., city, county) public health department for applicant and community partner. These will be different if the student and partner are in different locations.
- If applicable, a description of how this project is supporting historically marginalized and underserved groups.
- Description of the project and how it meets the community-engaged learning criteria. Clearly describe the issue of public concern your project addresses and how you will collaborate with your community partner.
- Describe how you learned about this need in the community.
- How does this project advance your current personal, academic and professional background and goals?
- Explanation of how applicant will evaluate the impact and success of the project (i.e., the achievement of objectives specified with the community partner)
- Budget and justification of all expense requests
- A list of any scholarships, grants or other financial resources the applicant has received or applied for that would supplement the costs of the project
- Either a (a) Community Benefits Agreement signed by both the applicant and the community partner or (b) one letter of support from the community partner. This is a strict requirement.