The Summer Institute at Governors State University June 3 – 7, 2018

 

Summer Institute

The application consists of an information section and a narrative section. The narrative should not exceed 1,500 words.

BUILDING A TEAM

All regionally accredited two- and four-year colleges and universities are eligible to apply.

The ideal team will consist of a total of six (6) team members, three each from the community college and college/university.  

 If six members are not possible, smaller teams will be considered, as will teams from only a community college or university seeking to learn how best to form productive partnerships. Need suggestions forming your team?


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Community College (Two-Year) Partner

Community College Name:
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University or College (Four-Year) Partner

University or College Name:
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Team Members:

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The Application Narrative

Consult the following prompts to guide your narrative. Questions are meant to suggest direction rather than be exclusive. Please limit your narrative to no more than five pages.

Need

What are the highlights of your University/Community College relationship to date? Share what your team has done thus far.

 

Goals

What are your goals for attending the Institute? What would your team like to bring back to your campuses as a result of your participation in the Institute?

 

Institutional Support

Please submit a letter of support from the provost and/or president of each institution. Click here to email and attach the letter.

For questions about the application process, please contact summerinstitute@govst.edu

The Summer Institute, GSU DDP, and MSI-DDP programs are funded by the generous support of The Kresge Foundation, a private national foundation that works to expand opportunities in America’s cities through grant making and social investing in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services, and community development.