United Way of Central New Brunswick is offering student across Central NB the opportunity to make a difference in their communities. The UW Student Impact Committee takes on a leadership role by promoting funds that are available for community investment and inviting community groups and organizations to submit grant applications. UW Student Impact Committee members evaluate the funding applications that are submitted, interview applicants directly about their project idea and decide as a committee where the best community investments can be made. Students then volunteer with the funded community group and organization, while capturing and promoting successes and involvement along the way.
At United Way, we invest for the greatest impact. The United Way Student Impact Committee is a program designed to give high school students the opportunity to invest in local programs that make a difference. Students work collaboratively throughout the year exploring creative ways to engage local agencies and their school community. Students learn new skills and gain experience in areas of teamwork, time management, fund management, communication and critical thinking skills, engagement and volunteering, and public speaking.
Students who take part of Student Impact Committees also benefit from the mentorship of their local United Way Director of Community Impact, their United Way School Liaison, and through local non-profit agency partners and volunteering opportunities.
UWSIC’s have been established in Cambridge-Narrows and Chipman!
Applications for the Chipman Forrest Avenue Student Impact Committee grant will open on December 3rd. Please click here for the application. Applications are due by midnight on December 17th, 2018 and can be submitted to Steve Hachey at firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please contact Katie Beers, Director of Community Impact at email@example.com