Workshops for specific skills:
Peer-to-Peer Workshops—Wordpress, Illustrator, Photoshop, Excel, Powerpoint
Video production—Schedule an appointment with a MEWS consultant
Linda.com—Self-paced tutorial for almost any software
Co-curricular spaces and opportunities for entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity
Students interested in EOS should also explore our Nexus Curriculum to Career Pathways.
Social Innovation Initiative: Support Mentorship, and Seed funding
Deadline: April 2
The McCulloch Center provides support, mentorship, and seed funding to student innovators who are developing and implementing projects to address some of the world’s most vexing challenges. Under the Social Innovation Initiative (SI2), students advance projects that are grounded in the community, informed by the curriculum, and build student capacity for “effective and purposeful engagement in the world” – chiefly in the fields of education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation, and public health. Students can secure seed funding for projects that meet high standards and can compete for conference funding.