CESJ Mini-Grants – for Spring and Summer 2015
Lang students are encouraged to apply for funding to support their civic engagement and social justice projects, initiatives, and events. Past awards have funded a hydroponic gardening initiative; a panel on race, masculinity, and hip-hop; and a networking event for students in gender studies. Individual students are eligible to apply for $250 in funding per semester; student groups are eligible to apply for $500 per semester. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Information about applying for a Mini-Grant will be posted on this page after the start of the spring semester.
CESJ Summer Fellowship – Summer 2015
This ten-week intensive fellowship is designed to connect students’ activist and professional passions with full-time internships in the community. In addition to their internships with CESJ community partners, Fellows meet with Lang CESJ staff for weekly 90-minute seminars. This program provides Fellows with housing through Residence Life and a $5,000 stipend through the CESJ Office. Applications for the CESJ Summer Fellowship will be posted on this page after the start of the spring semester.
If you have questions about the opportunities listed above, please email Kendra Danowski.
The CESJ Office also encourages Lang students to apply for a Eugene Lang Opportunity Award