August 05, 2011

BBC Fellows recruiting undergrad and graduate students for projects

Building Better Communities (BBC) is currently recruiting students for fall 2011 immersive learning projects. BBC Fellows, Emerging Media Fellows and Health Fellows projects allow you to work with an interdisciplinary team to help address a specific challenge for an Indiana business or organization. If selected for a project team, you will gain valuable technical skills, network with potential future employers, and attend professional development training at no cost to you. Selected students are also eligible to apply for a Fellows Leadership Award. Students with leadership experience or special skills in emerging media may apply for this award, which involves a $1,000 scholarship to assist with tuition. Most Fellows projects are available for 3-credit hours, and the program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students.

Now accepting applications for the following projects:

  • Camp Adventure Enviromental Learning Center
  • Charter Schools: Patterns of Innovation - A New Architecture for a New Education
  • Hillcroft Services: Awareness through Marketing
  • Indiana Youth Institute: Positive Youth Development through Sport
  • Old Stories Made New - The Life of George Rogers Clark
  • Parkview Hospital: Planting Healthy Seeds
  • Sustainability Report for Ball State University—Global Reporting Initiative
  • Tuhey Pool - A Plan for the Future
  • Visit Indiana
  • Sustainability Report for Minnetrista Cultural Center
For more information about the projects listed above or to apply online, click here. Check the website often for updates and new projects!

BBC Fellows Now Recruiting for Fall

No comments:

Post a Comment