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Key Club Grant

Key Club Grant

Win $1,000 for your high school Key Club

Your Key Club is invited to enter the Key Club Grant competition for the chance to win a cash grant from Earlham College.

Submit a proposal for a way your club could use $1,000 to improve your school or community, explaining how your proposed service and other actions will make a positive impact. Selected winners will be awarded $1,000 to help make their plans happen.

Due: Friday, April 9, 2021

 

Submission materials and requirements

Proposals should be 3-5 pages and address the following topics. Incorporation of graphics/images are encouraged but not required.

  • Key Club history: Provide a general history of Key Club at your school, when it began and a brief summary of past projects.
  • Community need: Explain why your idea will benefit your school/community. What problem(s) are you addressing and how will your proposal resolve the issue?
  • Financial need: How will your club use the $1,000 Earlham grant to put your plan into action?

Submission instructions

Prize: $1,000 cash grants will be awarded for the top five proposals based on creativity, thoroughness and presentation. Cash awards must be used to carry out the winning ideas, and teams will be expected to document their journey as plans are implemented within their schools or communities.

Hands-on experiences at Earlham

At Earlham, we connect classroom learning to hands-on experiences, helping you build a purposeful path for your life after Earlham—whether that’s a career, graduate or professional school, the Peace Corps or something else entirely. EPIC, Earlham’s signature initiative for experiential learning and career discernment, will provide you one of the richest sets of experiential resources in higher education.

The EPIC Center for Global and Career Education, is Earlham’s hub for experiential learning and career resources. The Center connects students to:

  • One-on-one career advising and career-building workshops
  • Employers and alumni in your fields of interest - Access to internships, externships and community projects
  • Off-campus study programs and research opportunities
  • The EPIC Advantage, a grant to support a significant, career-discerning experience

In addition, you’ll also have the opportunity to engage more deeply in a particular field of interest through these four centers:

Questions? Ask us anytime

Contact Michael Black at 765.983.1595 or mmblack15@earlham.edu.

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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