SPARC Application
2018 SPARC Pre-Orientation Program Application: DEADLINE IS 7/15

Please be aware, the program begins on August 18th.

SPARC stands for Students Promoting Action and Responsibility in the Community. During the week you will get to know your new community through service, learning about the issues our community faces, and meeting community partners that work regularly with Wake Forest students. If you have been dedicated to service or have a passion for service that you hope to explore in college, this program is for you.

The program is organized by the Pro Humanitate Institute. In addition to staff support, three students who have served as SPARC leaders are chosen to coordinate. This year’s coordinators are awesome and great role models for what service leadership looks like on campus. In addition to the coordinators, there are 20 upper class service leaders who serve as mentors. We accept participants on a rolling basis and, once accepted, you will be placed in a small group with a mentor for the week. The mentor will lead you in your service activities but will also be there to answer any questions you have about Wake, particularly about getting involved on campus.

The week begins with a great afternoon of team building games where you will start to get to know your fellow SPARCies. For the remainder of the week, you will spend time exploring our Wake Forest and Winston-Salem community through direct service, meetings with community partners, small group reflections, and evening outings. SPARC days are jam-packed with activities and opportunities to more deeply know other SPARCies and the Winston-Salem community.
SPARC is a great opportunity to serve others while growing life-long friendships. We hope you'll apply to be one of 2018's SPARCies!

Program Fee and Financial Aid: There is a $350 program fee due upon acceptance into the program. The fee covers housing, transportation, food, and entertainment for the duration of the program. There are a limited number of full and partial scholarships available for applicants in need of financial assistance. If you are in need of a scholarship in order to attend, please answer the question regarding financial aid below and fill in the requested amount. You will be contacted by a program representative to discuss your request. We do our best to fill funding requests, but not all requests for funding are guaranteed to be met. SPARC practices need blind admissions, therefore your application for the program will be considered separate from your request for financial aid. FINANCIAL AID DEADLINE IS July 15th.

Please complete the application below by July 15th Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis weekly. You can expect a relatively quick turn-around but please be patient.

Email address *
Wake Forest Student ID number *
Name *
Preferred Name *
Telephone Number *
Date of Birth *
Preferred Email Address *
Hometown *
Gender *
Race/Ethnicity *
Tshirt Size *
Do you have any allergies or dietary/food restrictions? If yes, please elaborate.
Do you need financial assistance? If so, please share the amount that you need to be able to participate in the program. Your request for financial aid will not be considered a factor in your acceptance into the program. We seek to meet all need, but we request that you attempt to pay a portion of the fee at least, if possible. Financial Aid Deadline is July 15th *
How did you hear about SPARC? *
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