Campus News

President’s Public Service Fellowship Applications Due May 1

April 28, 2015

Communications Staff

The Bonner Center for Service and Learning is looking for a student to serve as a President’s Public Service Fellow (PPSF) for a new arts-based training program for Lorain High School students this summer. Students committed to community-engaged work related to youth empowerment, leadership, the arts, and/or ecological and economic sustainability are strongly encouraged to apply.

The fellowship is full-time and runs from June 1 through August 14. The fellow will receive supplemental training and support from Tania Boster, PPSF program director. Housing is also provided.

The deadline to apply for this fellowship is Friday, May 1. For more information, contact Boster at 

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