GUIDED PATHWAYS IDEAL STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
The GPIS Fellowship is designed to engage student leaders across Washington community colleges in further development of racial and social justice advocacy skills focused on classroom and college policies. The facilitators are dedicated to the future where it is not only possible, but consistent for students to effect change in policies and practices that impact the student experience. The cohort of fellows will work together to build a collective understanding of equity, what it can look like on college campuses, and in society as a whole. Fellows will then identify, reflect on and review policies and practices on their campuses, collect evidence, and share ideas for improving the student experience designed by students to impact currently inequitable outcomes.
Who: ALL Students are eligible – please be sure to share with Basic Skills/ Transitional studies/ English Language Learner/students – we need their voices at the table!
When: February 5 – May 21, 2021
Apply by Friday January 15, 2021 : Click Link for Application
Students will be compensated $1,000 stipend for their participation
For more information contact Kristi Wellington-Baker, Student Success Center Director at 360.704.1022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org