GEL 2020: Hawai'i Alternative Spring Break Application
The ASB Hawai'i program provides students from the University of Arizona with an intimate cross-cultural immersion experience on the island of O'ahu. Participants will engage with Native Hawaiian history, culture, and the struggle for sovereignty through service learning, community/cultural engagement, dialogue, and reflection.
DEADLINES:
-NOVEMBER 20, 2019: APPLICATIONS WILL BE DUE BY 5:00 PM.
-DECEMBER 6TH, 2019: FIRST DOWN PAYMENT WILL BE DUE BY 5:00 PM.
-FEBRUARY 3, 2020: FINAL FULL PAYMENT WILL BE DUE BY 5:00 PM.
Full Name (First, Middle, Last) *
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Student ID Number *
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University of Arizona Email *
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To which gender do you most identify? *
Do you identify as a man of color? *
Race/Ethnicity *
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Do you have any tribal affiliations? If so, please specify.
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Are you affiliated with any cultural resource centers or support centers on campus? *
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Discuss your involvement on campus and/or in the Tucson community. 250 word limit *
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Discuss any previous study abroad or travel experience? If yes, please explain. If no, write N/A. (Indicate domestic or international) *
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Why are you interested in participating in the GEL Hawai'i program? What do you hope to gain from this experience? 250 word limit *
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How will participation in this program align or help you in your future academic, professional, or career goals? (graduate school, professional school, work, etc.) 250 word limit *
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What strengths would you bring to the program? How can you be an asset to this program? 250 word limit *
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The total cost of the trip is $1,300+. Please share how you plan on funding this experience. 250 word limit *
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Thrive Center is collaborating with GEL to financially support students on the Hawai'i trip. Multiple fellowships (financial support toward the program fees) will be awarded to students who are accepted into the GEL Hawai'i program. Fellowships range in the amounts offered. Details about these fellowships amounts will be released soon. In order to be considered as an applicant for Thrive Center fellowships, we will need to review your financial aid package via UAccess. Do you agree to have GEL and Thrive Center staff review your University of Arizona financial aid letter/package? *
Please add any comments about financial aid letter/package that you think may need further explanation. 250 word limit *
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This program may cause emotional or cultural triggers. Please explain how you could be impacted and the accommodations you may need. 250 word limit *
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Are you currently serving, have served, or are a dependent of someone who is/has served in the U.S. military? Are you using a GI Bill to fund your education? 250 word limit *
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Are you a first-generation college student? [Definition: A student who comes from a home where neither parent/legal guardian has completed a four-year bachelor’s degree; A student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) completed a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a country outside of the United States; A student who has separated or divorced parents and the parent with primary custody, or with whom the student lives with a majority of the time, does not have a bachelor’s degree; A student who was/is a homeless youth, in the foster care system, or a ward of the state.] *
At the University of Arizona, we strive to make learning experiences as accessible as possible. Do you anticipate or experience barriers based on disability or pregnancy? *
Do you have a valid ID? (Ie. Driver's License) *
Please list 2 academic or professional references. (Name, Email, Phone Number) *
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