The McGoldrick Service Learning Award 

January 16, 2024

Flyer for McGoldrick Award 2024

Applications are now being accepted through February 28 for an exciting new “learn by doing” internship award for CLASS students.  The new McGoldrick Service Learning Award is presented by the CLASS Dean’s Office, thanks to the generosity of CPP Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Criminology Stacy McGoldrick. Two awardees will be selected, receiving the opportunity to serve at a non-profit of their choice and earn $25/hour – for up to 70 hours of service completed in one semester. Embodying CPP’s “learn by doing” mission, this award can support and enhance service learning aspects of any number of courses in CLASS majors.   

  • Important requirements:
    • Minimum 3.3 GPA.
    • Fill out the online application linked below, which includes a 500-word essay stating your chosen non-profit, why you want to do an internship with it, how you hope to help the non-profit, and what you expect to learn from the experience.  
    • Awardees must identify a faculty advisor who can verify service time and performance with the non-profit and coordinate with the awardee’s major department. 
    • Awardees are encouraged to contact the Office of Financial Aid prior to accepting the award to determine any impacts on their financial aid packages. 

Apply today (or no later than February 28) at: