The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who have:
- Demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing their communities
- Engage in collaborative action with others to create long-term social change
- Take action in addressing issues of inequity and political polarization
- Demonstrates the motivation and potential for effective long-term civic engagement
Newman Civic Fellows receive training and resources that nurture your assets and passions to help you develop strategies for social change. The year-long program includes virtual learning opportunities and networking as part of a national network of engaged student leaders and an optional in-person convening.
- Must be nominated by the institution’s chancellor
- Must have at least one year of their education remaining so the nominee will be enrolled in the 2020-2021 academic year (graduates must have at least two years remaining)
- Letter of Recommendation
- Student Resume including graduation date
Submit your nominations to Kirsten Case at email@example.com by Dec. 4, 2019.
To learn more about the Newman Civic Fellowship, visit the Campus Compact for the Great Plains website.
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Looking for community engagement resources at UNO?
Check out UNO's Community Engagement Roadmap. This online tool, organized by audience, connects you to different campus resources that start, enhance, and promote meaningful community engagement and outreach.
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