Effective Date: Annually, provided that funds are available
Overview / Summary
The Student Enrichment Fund was established in 2014 as a donor-supported program that supports NSOE Professional (MEM/MF/DEL) students. It supports participation in value-added academic, career, or skill enhancement opportunities by reimbursing a portion of the costs to participate.
A student may only receive one enrichment award during their attendance at the Nicholas School. The fund does not support summer internships, conferences, school related field trips, place-based sessions, or travel courses. It has supported online courses, immersion professional skill training programs, and case competition participation. Awards typically range from $300-$800.
To apply for any Nicholas School student funding you must be in good academic standing and currently enrolled at time of enrichment activity.
Prior to submission, students must contact a Student Enrichment Fund administrator to discuss proposed activity.
- Review the criteria and application process (located in the CPDC's HandShake document library)
- Contact the Student Enrichment Fund Committee with your intent to apply (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Enrichment is defined as a value-added academic, career, or skill enhancement activity.