SEPA Student Application Updated on: January 15, 2019 Social Entrepreneurship for Poverty Alleviation Program Participants in the program are required to: 1) Attend a 2‐day grant writing workshop. Dates are May 30-May 31, 2019. 2) Work for 200 hours in project development and grant writing with a local non‐profit agency. 3) Be available to work and meet during the months of June and July. 4) Participate in follow‐up sessions and complete an exit survey. Please do not submit an application if you are unable to fulfill any of these requirements. The Completed application is due on April 1, 2019.Name First Last Email Cell PhoneClassSeniorJuniorSophomoreFreshmanMajor(s)Minor(s)Overall GPA:Major GPA:In 500 words or less, discuss your interest in the program. Why do you believe this program will be beneficial for your academic and career goals? What social or economic issues are you most interested in? What do you hope to gain from participation in the program? What contribution do you believe you can make through the program?What type of agencies best match your academic preparation/interests (as described in your essay above) Healthcare Women’s health Poverty Women/child safety Faith-based Emergency services Education Performing arts List of relevant coursework:Do you have anything additional you would like the SEPA program staff to know? If you have had discussions with program staff (Dr. Bigelow or others) about issues related to your application (perhaps justifiable accommodations or some sort) please remind us of them here.Upload a resumePlease list 2 references. (No letters required, simply name your references. Can be AC faculty or current or previous employers/supervisor)Will you be able to drive yourself or have reliable transportation to and from your assigned nonprofit? If no, please explain.