Community Academic Service Entrepreneur (CASE) Grant
This is a competition for students where they submit innovative community service proposals linked to their academic disciplines to effectively address the needs of the community. The winners receive a grant to implement their project under faculty supervision. The student receives a Certificate of Merit and the faculty receives a Certificate of Distinction. This program is easily adapted to meet need of an academic discipline and culture.
- Example Program Videos
- Example of Reflection from a CASE grant winner
- CASE Brochure (PDF)
- Apply for CASE
ServiceBook.org is an online community which connects students, faculty, administration and community. It receives and administers applications for awards and grants. Visit www.ServiceBook.org
Mentor Walk: designed for college students to inspire children to finish school and attend college by serving as their role models. The Walk celebrates and raises awareness for the importance of mentors and mentor programs. See: www.mentorwalk.org
This award recognizes the best practice of a campus community partnership program in which there is a shared decision making and academic integration of service. Winners receive a Partnership Trophy and Certificate of Excellence in Academic Service Learning from the foundation.
Students and their faculty advisors from the List of Institutions are represented on our web page: servicebook.org. To apply for the Community Academic Service Entrepreneur grant or for the Campus Community Partnership Award, you may register at this site. In both cases student-faculty-community partnership is required. Please note that this list is periodically updated.