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Applications sought for Robert B. Menschel Public Service Award
The Mary Ann Shaw Center for Public & Community Service (CPCS) administers the Robert B. Menschel Public Service Award. Richard and Ronay Menschel established this award in honor of their brother, Robert, to perpetuate his commitment to the not-for-profit world by supplementing income earned by students in not-for-profit internships.
CPCS encourages freshmen, sophomores and juniors who plan on, or have, a paid internship in a nonprofit organization to apply for this $1,000 award.
To apply for the Robert B. Menschel Public Service Internship Award, the applicant must be: a matriculated student in good standing enrolled at Syracuse University and have a paid internship at a 501 c (3) nonprofit, nongovernmental organization. The nonprofit internship may be during the summer or the academic year.
The application is also available online at http://students.syr.edu/cpcs/menschel.html. Applications can also be picked up at CPCS, 237 Schine Student Center. The deadline for application is Friday, May 6. Questions may be directed to CPCS at 443-3051 or email@example.com.