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Adrian L. Maxson Scholarship for Social Justice

NEWS!
Adrian Maxson Day of Service
October 8, 2014, Ogden Nature Center
- thank you everyone for making it a great success!

Concert for Adrian VI has been scheduled! SAVE THIS DATE!
February 21, 2015, 7:30 PM, Peery's Egyptian Theater, Ogden, UT

Adrian L. Maxson Scholarship for Social Justice Endowment tops $30,000!




"The Adrian Maxson scholarship is a truly inspired initiative that was founded to support social engagement in the Ogden community and beyond. I was the first ever recipient of this nascent, but important, award two years ago. My organizing and activism, especially in regards to founding and running Weber State STAND, made me an ideal candidate for the scholarship at that time. Without this award I would have been forced to work a full-time job instead of focusing on activism and graduation. Receiving the Adrian Maxson scholarship reminded me that the outside world noticed the work I was doing and were positively impacted by my actions. This realization furthered my resolve to live for service which has helped to enrich my life. By supporting this scholarship you are supporting the betterment of this state, one individual at a time."

Cameron Morgan
2009 Scholarship Winner

Past recipients:
2015 Makenna Hill, Keith Jeffrey
2014 Joshua Behn
2013
2012 Jordan Jensen, Raymond Espino
2011 Vincent Longa
2010 Gabriel Diarte
2009 Cameron Morgan

Applying for the Adrian L Maxson Scholarship

Scholarship Criteria

  • Applicants must demonstrate a continuing commitment to humanity through active community involvement – either locally, nationally or globally.
  • Applicants may be incoming or current WSU students in any field of study.
  • Recipients of previous Adrian Maxson Scholarships are eligible to re-apply each year.
  • Students who graduated from the DaVinci Academy of Science and the Arts in Ogden are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Each applicant must submit the following to the Community Involvement Center:

  • A resume with educational background and community/volunteer involvement
  • A brief essay describing his/her qualifications for the award and how the scholarship would facilitate their continued political, social and/or creative involvement in the community.

Applications can be submitted electronically by emailing resume and essay to: ccel@weber.edu
OR
Applications can be submitted on paper to the Center for Community Engaged Learning located in 327 of the Shepherd Union Building

mailing address:
Center for Community Engaged Learning
3910 West Campus Drive
Dept. 2113
Ogden, UT 84408-2113

Application Deadline and Selection Process Time line
February / March 2016

Questions?
Contact the Center for Community Engaged Learning at 801.626.7737 or via email at ccel@weber.edu.

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Ogden, Utah 84408-4018