Prospective Students

                                                        

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WHO MAY APPLY?

The INVST Community Leadership Program is an opportunity for CU undergraduates from all majors. You may be a freshman, sophomore, or junior when you apply, as long as you plan to be in Boulder for two more years.

WHAT IS THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS? 

Interested students must submit a completed application. An interview will be granted to all applicants who meet the minimum criteria. Interviews will be conducted by one INVST Community Leadership Program student and one staff member. Applicants will receive admissions notification after their interview, and the INVST class of 2014-2016 will be admitted in March, 2014.

WHAT KIND OF FINANCIAL COMMITMENT IS REQUIRED?

NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY FROM THE INVST COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM FOR LACK OF FUNDS. Students in the INVST Community Leadership Program have two financial obligations. The Summer Program Activity Fee is paid by each individual: $1,500 per person is due in June 2014 to cover the costs of the month-long Domestic Summer Service Learning Experience. $1,500 per person will be due in June 2015 to cover the costs of the month-long International Summer Service Learning Experience. FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE FOR ALL STUDENTS WHO DEMONSTRATE NEED!

WHERE SHOULD THE APPLICATION BE RETURNED?

You may hand-deliver the application to the INVST Community Studies office at 1201 17th Street, Suite 11 (next to the Armory on University Avenue, across the street from the back of Macky Auditorium). You may also e-mail it to invst@colorado.edu or mail it to INVST Community Studies, 471 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309.

INVST COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM COMMITMENT TO MULTICULTURAL PLURALISM
We actively seek and support the participation of individuals and communities that reflect diversity of ability status, age, color, ethnicity, gender, gender variance, life experience, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and veteran status.

Academic Benefits of Participating:

Earn an Education Award for $2,000 from AmeriCorps.

Earn the Certificate in the Study and Practice of Leadership, or the Leadership Studies Minor from CU-Boulder.

For more information, please see the following web site:

Newton Chair in Leadership

http://www.colorado.edu/newtonleadershipchair/

For more information, contact us at 303-492-7719 or invst@colorado.edu.