2019 CORZO IMPACT GRANT
The Corzo Impact Grants are designed to encourage you to connect your creative skills to real world problems.
If you have an idea that can add value, connect people, tell a story, or solve a specific problem or challenge, apply for a micro-grant of up to $2,500 to develop your idea.

COMPLETE THE 2019 IMPACT GRANT APPLICATION BELOW.
PREPARE TO APPLY FOR THE 2019 CORZO IMPACT GRANT.
THE 2019 CORZO IMPACT GRANT application is now open.
The deadline to apply is Sunday, February 17 by 5pm.

*** To apply, please do the following ***

1. READ THE FULL GRANT DESCRIPTION at https://tinyurl.com/corzoimpactgrant2019

2. Review grant application questions at https://tinyurl.com/2019impactgrantquestions

3. When you are ready, submit your grant application answers and details using the form below.

**** Questions? Email ehawthorne@uarts.edu
First name *
Last name *
Pronoun (she/her, he/him, they/them, etc.)
Email Address *
We will use this email primarily to communicate with you about the grant details.
Current Class Status (Fall 2018) *
Academic Major *
How did you hear about the Corzo Impact Grant? *
SELECT ALL THAT APPLY
Required
PROJECT IDEA DETAILS
1. Tentative Project Title? *
2. What is your project idea? *
Max: 200 words
3. What (or who) is your primary audience? *
Max: 200 words
4. Do you have a confirmed campus, community, business or program partner(s) for this project/idea? *
Note: preference will be given to projects working with on- or off-campus partners. If you do have a confirmed partner, or are in the process of doing so, please email us a confirmation letter written by and/or signed by your partner. Send it as a SINGLE FILE ATTACHMENT to ehawthorne@uarts.edu on or before the application deadline (February 17).
5. What problem are you trying to solve, or what need are you trying to meet through this project idea? *
Max: 200 words
6. What impact will your idea have on the target community, business, etc. you’re planning to work with? *
Max: 200 words
PROJECT TIMELINE DETAILS
7. TIMELINE SUMMARY: What tactics and steps will be necessary to complete your project? *
Max: 200 words
8. TIMELINE DETAILS: When will you begin? End? What are the estimated dates for the action steps you intend to work on between the start and the end of the project? *
NOTE: This can be an estimated timeline and can be adjusted if you are awarded a micro-grant. All funded projects must be complete by June 1, 2019.
PROJECT BUDGET
9. What is your proposed budget? *
For each amount indicate the item/service and the use/purpose. (Estimates are acceptable.)
TEAM DETAILS
10. If applying with a group or team, please list the name, email and major of each person. *
11. What experience are you (and your team) bringing to this project? *
Max: 200 words
WORK SAMPLES
Work samples show 1) examples of past work that you may have done that is related to, or similar to the project you'd like to work on, or 2) it shows your experience overall and the skills you may utilize to complete this project.

Send up to TWO work samples as a SINGLE FILE ATTACHMENT to ehawthorne@uarts.edu by the application deadline (February 17). - Optional: one sample can be a resume or artist statement.

SELECT THE TYPE(S) OF WORK SAMPLES YOU PLAN TO SEND BELOW:
CONFIRM WORK SAMPLES YOU WILL SUBMIT: *
SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. ACCEPTABLE FILE FORMATS: PDF, Word, JPEG or PNG image ***PLEASE LIMIT FILE SIZE TO LESS THAN 1MB - larger files cannot be accepted.***
Required
OPTIONAL QUESTIONS
The following questions are optional and will not have a negative impact on your application review/scoring if you opt not to answer them.

The questions present an opportunity to share additional information that you may not have been able to include in the proposal summary section.
What do you expect to accomplish? If all works out as you expect, what will success look like?
Max: 200 words
In one sentence, what makes your idea extraordinary?
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