Duration: March 4-29, 2013
Want to live a life that truly reflects your values and that will make a positive difference in the world? Sign up for the Institute for Humane Education’s month-long online course: A Better World, a Meaningful Life. Learn how to align your passions & values with your daily choices and become more empowered & successful at creating positive change. For more information, visit http://humaneeducation.org/sections/view/better_world_meaningful_life.
Deadline: March 10
Get Ur Good On Grants offer young people around the world an opportunity to help make a lasting positive change. Youth, ages 5-25 worldwide are eligible to apply for a $500 Get Ur Good On Grant to support youth-led projects. Projects must address a demonstrated community need or issue. Service projects will be held in conjunction with Global Youth Service Day- the largest service event in the world, on April 26-28, 2013. Find out more at http://www.ysa.org/grants/gurgo.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 6-7 p.m. Central
You’ve been doing great things with your service-learning project throughout the year, and now it’s time to make sure that others known of the awesome changes that are being made. Join this webinar to start exploring your publicity goals, identify who you want to reach, and how to most effectively deliver your message to those audiences. You’ll leave this webinar with a clear idea of how to move forward in developing your own marketing and publicity plan to share about the work you’ve done all year. Register at http://www.nylc.org/events/developing-publicity-plan-service-learning-projects.
Deadline: April 1
The World of Children Award, the only global recognition and funding nonprofit that recognizes individuals who are changing the lives of children worldwide, is searching for selfless individuals serving vulnerable children. The 2013 World of Children Youth Award carries a minimum grant of $25,000 and recognizes a young person under the age of 21 who is making extraordinary contributions to the lives of other children. This person must have been doing this work for three years and have created a sustainable program they plan to continue to lead. Recipients of the 2013 World of Children Award will be officially announced and celebrated in New York City on November 7, 2013. Visit http://worldofchildren.org/theaward/.