LPIRG Working Group Application Form
LPIRG is a student-funded, student-directed, non-profit organization providing resources for undergraduate and graduate students to engage with environmental and social justice issues.
LPIRG embraces plurality and participation, and encourages students to critically evaluate the
institutions and systems in which they take part. LPIRG assists students in translating their knowledge through research, education, and action to serve public interest.
LPIRG Working Groups are collectives of students (and community members) who work together on a public interest issue. Groups may focus on research, events, actions, publications, or other activities. They have long-term goals, and their activities are intended to continue beyond the current academic year.
LPIRG provides funding, administrative, and organizational support to action groups. Resources will be made available, such as LPIRG office space (meeting, file, and storage space), library resources, web space, LPIRG staff and volunteer support, list-serve and action network, as well as equipment (PA system, button maker, laptop). Working groups are expected to have on-going, regular communication with the LPIRG board of directors, supply a year-end report and have representation at the LPIRG Annual General Meeting in April each year.
Applicant email address
Applicant phone number, and mailing address.
Proposed Working Group Name
A description of the working group, including mandate, goals, action plan, and timeline for the coming year.
How are the mandate, goals, and action plan of the group compatible with the LPIRG Mission Statement?
Please explain how your Working Group demonstrates a commitment to public interest and change making.
What kind of support are you looking for from LPIRG?
Booking supports for on campus space
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