The Nancy Florez-Estrada Mentoring Award was developed to allow students to work with directors of the Academic Village and members of the faculty to produce and support co-curricular learning opportunities on campus. In addition to recognizing accomplishments in leadership, scholarship, and organization skills, the award provides the student awardee with a scholarship of up to $750.
Students should note that the deadline for making self-application is September 30.
Details about what the award entails as well as a link to the self-application are available here.
Questions may be directed to Dr. Sheila Confer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-836-905.
Awardees will be expected to have the following qualifications:
- sophomore standing (24 completed credits) or higher
- demonstration of academic success (largely though consideration of student’s grade point average)
- pertinent academic experience, usually via past course work
- pertinent leadership and/or organizational skills