|Imagine: What sets your heart on fire?|
A Grant Opportunity from the Center for Vocation, Faith & Service
If you had the chance, how would you make the world a better place? How does your passion meet the needs of the community, the nation, and the world? The Center for Vocation, Faith, and Service offers Imagine Grants as funds set aside for creative projects exploring service, meaning, and purpose. Do you have an idea that will benefit the needs of others? Do you know of an opportunity that will help you enrich your sense of vocation, or bring a connection between your faith and sense of purpose? An Imagine Grant might be a step toward turning that creative idea into a reality.
We invite grant proposals for projects with budgets between $500 and $2000. Applications are accepted once per year, in the fall semester. The ideal application describes a creative, well-planned proposal with a clear purpose, and a well-explained connection with your exploration of faith, service, and/or vocation.
We look forward to reading your visions and plans. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like help in finalizing a draft, or would like some advice on how to write a successful application. We would enjoy working with you on your project.
Applications are due by October 5, 2012.
|Imagine Grant Recipients|
“Imagine Grants” fund proposals that allow students, faculty, and staff to live their lives with meaning and purpose.
The following students, faculty and community partners received Imagine Grants, funded by the Center for Vocation, Faith & Service Program, in fall the semester. This mini-grant program encourages projects that focus on creativity and the exploration of vocation. Individual grants are awarded up to $2,000.