Michigan Service Scholars
The Michigan Service Scholars Program [MSS] provides $400,000 annually in education awards state-wide to students attending Michigan Campus Compact [MCC] member campuses through a grant from The Michigan Community Service Commission and The Corporation for National and Community Service. Students willing to complete 300 hours of community service during one calendar year will receive a $1,175 AmeriCorps education award, to be used for qualified educational purposes. Community service hours can be completed during the academic year and/or over class breaks. To complete 300 hours during a regular academic year, students would need to average 9.5-10 hours of community service per week.
In order to enroll in the MSS program you must:
- be a U.S. citizen
- be at least 17 years of age
- be enrolled at a Michigan Campus Compact
- be able to provide photo identification
- have a current/working e-mail address
Previous MSS Members:
Lawrence Tech's Office of Leadership Programs has been awarded positions for Michigan Service Scholars since fall 2009.
How to Apply:
Applications will be available in the Fall.
For more information about the Michigan Service Scholars program contact:
Davey McConnell, Office of Leadership Programs
email@example.com or (248)-204-2416.