The application process for the 2022 Student United Way cohort is now closed. Any submissions made after midnight on Friday, September 30, 2022 will not be considered. Stay tuned for information about the 2023 cohort!
ABOUT STUDENT UNITED WAY
Together with Juniors and Seniors from other area schools you will experience and learn about the needs in New London County and visit non-profit agencies with programs that address our community’s most urgent challenges. While you volunteer, experience first-hand what it feels like to contribute to your community.
You’ll learn about philanthropy and be an important part of the decision-making process in awarding a local organization a $2,500.00 grant! Don’t know anything about fundraising or non-profit organizations? No worries – whatever your past experience or future path, we at United Way Southeastern Connecticut look forward to meeting you.
Students who successfully complete the program can:
- Fulfill volunteer hour requirements
- Explore interests in philanthropy and careers at non-profits
- Build valuable experience for job or school applications
- Receive a letter of recommendation
- Give back to their community
- Earn eligibility for a $500 drawing
We ask you to review the schedule and make a commitment to attend. Only students who successfully complete the program (attend at least 8 out of 10 complete sessions) are eligible for program benefits, including a letter of recommendation and entry into the $500.00 cash award drawing.
*Session times, dates, and locations vary, and students are responsible for their own transportation. Click here to see the tentative schedule outline.
Students who applied for the 2022 cohort will be notified of acceptance into the program by Wednesday, October 12, 2022.
Email Lisa Ann Curtis or call 860-464-3314 with any questions.