CASE Grant Competition
This Year's Winner Is Kirnel Daniel '12
For the Strong Sistas Mentoring Program in partnership with Decatur High School
Faculty Adviser: Yvonne Newsome
Kirnel's project matches student mentors from Agnes Scott with female students at Decatur High School. The group will focus on girls who are at risk of dropping out of school, becoming teenage mothers, or succumbing to peer pressure to engage in illicit drug use or other deviant behaviors.
The Agnes Scott mentors will empower and support high school students by conducting self-improvement workshops, team-building exercises, field trips, speaker engagements, journaling activities, academic tutoring, and by providing assistance with applications for college entrance and financial aid.
Apply for the Community Academic Service Entrepreneur (CASE) Grant
Made possible by the Campus Community Partnership (C2P) Foundation, the CASE grant competition will recognize an Agnes Scott student with the most innovative and entrepreneurial community service project linked to her academic discipline.
About The C2P Foundation
The mission of Campus Community Partnership Foundation is to foster higher education academic service learning and civic engagement with grants and awards for best practices and innovative new ideas that improve the lives of people in the community and improve student education.
Total Grant Package $2,500
The winner of the competition will receive:
- $1,000 to implement the innovative community service project
- A $500 scholarship applied to the winning student’s college account
- A $1,000 stipend for the faculty adviser guiding the student
How To Apply
Information sessions will be held in early October. Please also contact David Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must attend an information session in early October; dates are TBA. The application deadline is end of February. The winning entry will be announced in April.