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Camp Pride Summer Leadership Academy Scholarship Application for Student Leaders & Advisors

Full and partial scholarships are available on a limited-bases. First priority consideration is April 18, 2014 and rolling thereafter. Applicants who have already registered and paid will be refunded any scholarship monies at the time of event. Due to a limited capacity, we do encourage you to register ASAP. Campus Pride seeks a diverse cohort of student leaders/advisors and these scholarships assist in this commitment across race, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, socio-economic and geographical boundaries.

DEADLINE: First priority consideration is April 18, 2014 and rolling thereafter. Submit this application online via this form.

Campus Pride has general scholarships for everyone. We also have donors and funders who support our efforts for outreach and diversity to ensure representation of specific communities and identities, please check ALL that apply to you. Please note that this information will NOT be shared with your name/identity beyond this application for any other purpose. You do NOT have to check anything that you do not feel comfortable sharing on this application. These questions do not reflect an exhaustive list of identities or communities. Our priority is to create a diverse LGBTQ and ally movement and we add to this list every year. Please send your ideas and suggestions to info@campuspride.org along with any donors or funders to provide more scholarships. Thank you. 

After you click ‘send,’ please wait for a green box to appear confirming your submission. If it does not appear, then please review your application – you have missed something.

Your Full Name (required)

College/University (required)

Your Mailing Address (required)

Your City and State (required)

Your Zip Code (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Age

Your Race/Ethnicity

Your Sexual Orientation

Your Gender Identity/Expression

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY:

Identity:
 I am a 18-25 year-old. I identify as a Person of Color. I identify as Trans, Gender Non-conforming, Genderqueer. I identify as a Person with Disabilities (Differently Abled). I identify as Asexual. I identify as Intersex.

Types of College/University:
 I attend a Historically Black College/University. I attend a Tribal College/University. I attend a Two Year/Community College. I attend a Military College/University.

Geographical Location:
 I attend college in North Carolina, South Carolina or Georgia. I attend college in a rural area of the United States (not a major city). I attend college in the South. I attend college in the Midwest. I attend college in the Northwest.

Types of Students:
 I am an active Fraternity & Sorority Member. I am a current Intercollegiate Athlete. I identify as an International Student. I am studying in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math fields. I am a Graduate Student.

Types of Roles:
 I am an Executive Leader of my campus GSA/LGBT Club/Organization. I am a LGBT club/organization/GSA advisor. I work full-time as a faculty, staff or administrator at a college/university.

Employer Relationships:
 I work for Starbucks Coffee. Our campus has Chartwells as our food service. Our campus has Aramark as our food service. Our campus has Sodexo as our food service. I use Bank of America for my banking services. I use Wells Fargo for my banking services. I use AT&T for my phone services. I use Sprint for my phone services. I use Verizon for my phone services.

Please answer the following questions:
1. Please tell us about yourself (including your leadership background/roles). (500 words)

2. Please share your reasons for wanting to attend the Camp Pride Summer Leadership Academy or Advisor Bootcamp. (1000 words)

3. Please describe your hopes for the outcomes from the Camp Pride Summer Leadership Academy or Advisor Bootcamp and how it will impact your role as a LGBT or Ally student leader/advisor on campus. (2000 words)


4. Please discuss your commitment to social justice and ending oppression toward all people.  Please give examples of your work in this area. (1500 words)

5. Please detail past experience related to multiculturalism/diversity issues that you believe prepare you as a LGBT & Ally student leader/advisor. (1500 words)


6. Please share the challenges you think your campus will face or is currently facing? (1000 words)

7. Please comment on where your campus currently stands related to LGBT & Ally issues/concerns. (1000 words)

8. What three things would you like to change on your campus over the next year following Camp Pride Summer Leadership Academy or Advisor Bootcamp? (500 words)

After you click ‘send,’ please wait for a green box to appear confirming your submission. If it does not appear, then please review your application – you have missed something.

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