Maxis-Gillet Service Award
Marywood University is rooted in a long-standing tradition of service to local, national and international communities, and extends its commitment to community involvement through the “Maxis-Gillet Service Award.”
* A total of twenty $2500.00 Service Awards are offered annually to current undergraduate Marywood students
* Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to service during their time at MU
Requirements for recipients:
* To uphold the expectations of the Service Award, recipients complete a minimum of 215 hours of service during the academic year
* Participation in leadership development sessions and group meetings
* First-year recipients participate in mentorship program
If you believe that the Maxis-Gillet Service Award is compatible with your background and future goals, please visit Marywood University’s Campus Ministry site for more information and to access the application and recommendation forms. http://www.marywood.edu/campmin/maxis-gillet-service-scholars/
Applications and recommendations are due by 4:30pm on April 8th
(Interviews will be held the following week, with decisions to be made by April 20th)
Unconscious Racism is a World of Diverse Cultures: A symposium including a webinar connecting four audiences in Baltimore, Immacualta/Philadelphia, Monroe/Detroit and Scranton and local input. Saturday, April 2, 2011, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm, Swartz Center. Lunch provided. Free will offering accepted. For more information or to register, go to http://www.ospihm.org/symposium. Sponsored by the OSP IHM Committee on Healing Racism.
Marywood University's Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance present their annual benefit concert, A Musical Collage, on Sunday, March 27, at 4 p.m. in the Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts Auditorium.