Megan Winkeler Internship’08

Binder #: 39 Major: Political Science, Philosophy Passion: Grant Writing, Environmental Sustainability Organization: City of Bloomington Legal Department     Project Title: “Lead Hazard Control HUD Grant” Project Summary: This semester, I have been working with the City of Bloomington Legal Department on the Lead Hazard Control Grant. The LHC is a federal grant funded by the US Department of[…]

Drew Wolschlag Grant Writing’09

  Binder #: 35 Passion: Youth, Human Rights Organization: CASA Foundation Project Summary: The CASA Foundation provides appointed adult advocates for children who have been the victims of abuse and neglect in their own homes. My task was to find ways that would provide help in maintaining the program. As I performed further research, it was easy to[…]

Emily Meade CPP Intern’07

Binder #: 4 Major: German and Education Passion: Youth, Grant Writing Organization: UNITY Center Project Summary: As UNITY Center was preparing for future expansion, summer camps, fall programs, marketing and funding, Emily was able to complete a number of tasks and projects. She assisted the Program Director with writing and researching grants for UNITY programs and general operations,[…]

Emily Meade: Summer Internship ’07

Over the summer of 2007, as UNITY Center was preparing for future expansion, summer camps, fall programs, marketing and funding, Emily was able to complete a number of tasks and projects. She assisted the Program Director with writing and researching grants for UNITY programs and general operations, completed expense reports for an accounting system, and[…]

Kyle Duffie ’06: Spence Farm Grant Writing

Kyle Duffie worked with the Spence Farm Foundation whose mission is to historically preserve the oldest farm in Livingston County as well as to provide education and awareness of environmentally sound farming practices. Kyle helped write a grant to the Illinois Humanities Council for a video project that provides education on the heritage, history, trades,[…]

Veronica

Veronica Watson: NeighborWorks Week Block Party

IWU student Veronica Watson partnered with Mid Central Community Action and The West Bloomington Revitalization Project to request $500 to hold a block party for the West Bloomington residents. This will serve as a conclusion to NeighborWorks Week programming and a celebration of the beginning of summer. Materials from the Tool Library will be used[…]

Zoe Gross ’13

Zoe Gross graduated from IWU with a degree in Political Science. She is now in law school at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Zoe worked for ARC in the summer of 2012 as an Assistant Coordinator. She helped to support the work of the Community Partnership Program interns. She also worked on the Veggie[…]