Student Grants for Servant Leadership

Georgia Tech’s Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship would like to inform you of a grant program for student servant leadership development.

ILE’s Cowan-Turner Program in Servant Leadership invites applications from students seeking co-curricular experiences consistent with increasing capacity for servant leadership.

The primary purpose of the Bradley-Turner Servant Leadership funds is to expand the practice and understanding of servant leadership.  While community service and volunteer efforts are important to this process, the critical focus of servant leadership is to enhance the capacity of institutions to better serve the needs of their constituents. Proposals for funding must demonstrate that the projects address this point and/or provide an opportunity for participants to develop the skills and capacities necessary for this purpose.  A secondary purpose of this fund is to create opportunities to increase the awareness, understanding, and practice of servant leadership within the Georgia Tech community.

The description and application information about the Bradley Turner funds are at  http://ile.gatech.edu/psl/index.html.  Please read the criteria, examples of sponsored programs, and application procedures carefully.

Students who need assistance before applying should contact Dori Pap at dori.pap@ile.gatech.edu.

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  1. This is a very good program, which encourages students to learn and practise leadership.

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