Funding Application: Lytton Center for History and the Public Good Student Activities Grants Program
Thank you for your interest in enhancing student life at Ohlone College! We are excited to use Lytton Center resources to help student organizations/clubs/learning communities recruit and retain members and engage in exciting activities that will benefit our community.
Please respond to the questions below to the best of your ability. Proposals should address how the student club intends to achieve aspect(s) of the Lytton Center's mission (see below) and impact the student experience at Ohlone College.
-- For Fall 2020, we are specifically looking to fund activities/programming/experiences that can take place in online/remote modalities. No events that cannot take place in online or remote modalities will be approved.
-- This grants program is just for student activities and groups, NOT individual activities, professional development, professional leave, or academic programs. Later this semester, our normal grants program will accept applications for Spring 2021.
-- This funding can be used to subsidize current student events. We’re also hoping to support NEW experiences for our students organized by faculty, staff, administrators, students, or student groups.
-- All applicants must be a club advisor/mentor or member(s) of an active student club/organization/learning community at Ohlone College.
-- Proposals should address achieving aspect(s) of the Lytton Center's mission and impacting the student experience at Ohlone College.
-- The advisor/mentor must commit to helping students successfully carry out the proposal. If the club advisor has not agreed to facilitate the proposal, the Co-Directors of the Lytton Center will not consider the application.
-- The maximum amount for a grant award is $1500.
-- Applications for this grant cycle are due September 28, 2020.
-- After submission, the Co-Directors of the Lytton Center will review your application as part of the semester funding cycle. Funding decisions made by the Co-Directors of the Lytton Center are final.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE LYTTON CENTER FOR HISTORY AND THE PUBLIC GOOD:
The Center considers ways that the study of the past can help shape the present and future; our mission is to inspire the Ohlone community to work for the public good through programming focused on access, equity, inclusion, justice, and service.
The Center explores challenges facing our community and the world—past, present, and future—and fosters big ideas that will inspire and transform Ohlone and the larger community for the better.
Through training, programming, and capacity-building, the Center empowers students to advocate for a just and equitable world.
Name of student club
Name of student club advisor
Email of student club advisor
If applicant is not the student club advisor, name of primary student applicant
If applicant is not the student club advisor, email of primary student applicant
If primary applicant is a student, has the student club advisor reviewed the proposal and agreed to help facilitate the project?
In less than 500 words, describe the scope of your proposed project, including a timeline for implementation (if applicable), the total amount of funding requested, an explanation for how the project meets currently unmet needs on campus, and the process for implementation.
In what ways does your project support the mission of the Lytton Center for History and the Public Good? Please speak specifically to how your project will work with students to "inspire the Ohlone community to work for the public good through programming focused on access, equity, inclusion, justice, and service." In your response, provide the rationale for your project and how it aligns with the Lytton Center mission statement.
What direct impact will your project have on the lives of Ohlone students and/or the broader Ohlone community?
Provide a detailed budget that includes all anticipated costs associated with the project. If your club's project requires any staffing and/or facilities from Ohlone College, please include them in the budget.
Do other funding sources exist at Ohlone College to support your club's project? If so, list the sources and amounts of funding available, then identify whether you have already applied for funding from these sources. If you have applied, list the current status of the funding request(s).
If you receive funding from the Lytton Center, you will be required to submit a grant report at the conclusion of your project. This report will need to document the implementation of your project and provide a final account of spending (if no report is submitted, you will be disqualified from future funding opportunities from the center) Do you agree to this?
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