Contact: Gretchen Zalkind
Keywords: alternative currency, community capacity, local currency, sustainable communities, economic justice, service exchange, volunteerism, permaculture, social capital, fundraising, grantwriting, sponsorship
Descriptions: Student will research online databases and corporate websites for private and public grants for non-profit educational programming.
Product of Partnership: Students will be asked to present a binder of their work that will consist of private and public grants for a non-profit educational program.
This service activity is availble for .
Evaluations/surveys will be requested by community partner to be completed by students.
Evaluations as requested at the end of the semester to help us better the internship experience for students in the future. Students allowed to take pictures or video.
Specific Policies: Students are asked to respect NOLATB members' private information.
Our office is at 3929 Fourth St in Broadmoor. Occasional events at Freret Neighborhood Center and Rosa Keller Library Community Center.
Transportation options:Public Transportation less than 45 ride from Tulane
good to have vehicle
15-20 minute bicycle ride from Tulane
carpool may be available
Check-in at the site: say "hello"
Students track their hours at site: hours are tracked on a shared worksheet in Google Docs
Students will work unsupervised:If the student is comfortable with this
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