VT Intergenerational Program

Human Development graduate or undergraduate students with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall who have supported the intergenerational Neighbors Growing Together program through their research, service-learning, field study, paid work, or volunteer work with the Adult Day Services and/or the Child Development Center for Learning and Research. Additional selection criteria include academic achievement, extracurricular leadership, and financial need. Recipients of this award should plan to attend the HDFS graduation ceremony to receive recognition of their award. Currently, this is scheduled for Saturday, May 16th.

Award
Varies
Scopes
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Apply-To Scholarships
Deadline
03/16/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. Personal Statement: Please attach a personal statement reflecting on how you have supported the intergenerational Neighbors Growing Together program through their research, Service-Learning, field study, paid, or volunteer work with the Adult Day Services and/or the Child Development Center for Learning and Research.
  2. Personal Statement: Please attach a Statement of Accomplishments. Include your current GPA (in-major and overall) Your statement should be no more than one page in length.
  3. Upload your unofficial transcript