Applications are now open for E2020 Spring Break funding support. See below for more information on E2020 and how to apply:
Wesleyan Engage 2020
The Wesleyan Engage 2020 (E2020) initiative is a comprehensive university effort to support student learning via civic engagement and liberal arts education. E2020 is open to and encourages participation regardless of political affiliations or stances on specific issues.
Wesleyan University has a long history of supporting student engagement in the public sphere. Wesleyan’s Civic Action Plan sets goals for building civic preparedness among students, faculty, and staff and for enhancing the University’s role in public life.
Participants will enroll in CSPL494 through pre-registration for the semester of the break (Fall and Spring) or following the break (Winter and Summer). This quarter credit course will include orientation, structured reflection, and a final paper.
Participants can apply to the E2020 Fund for transportation and living expenses. Applications will be assessed based on the degree to which they address the educational value inherent in civic engagement on contentious matters, as well as according to the reasonableness of proposed budgets. Applications will not be evaluated on the political nature of specific causes, which are chosen and pursued wholly according to the interests of individual participants.
If you are interested in funding support please fill out the E2020 Initiative Fund Application here: https://forms.gle/73h8DDvqsyEBnd12A
- Applications for Spring Break support are due Friday February 7, 2020.
- Students can expect to hear back from the team by Friday February 21, 2020.