Ginsberg Center Student Grants Showcase

Are you curious about student-led community-engaged work happening at the University of Michigan? Interested in learning about ways to engage with communities more equitably? Come join the Ginsberg Center in the Union’s Pendleton Ballroom on April 4 from 10 am to 12:30 pm as we celebrate and showcase the amazing work of our student grant recipients. The work of several student organizations and their work with community partners will be showcased followed by a networking reception with lunch. Each year the Ginsberg Center provides several community engagement grant opportunities available to student organizations planning alternative spring breaks and community-engaged initiatives locally and globally. The primary goal of this funding is to support partnerships between University of Michigan student groups and external community organizations or agencies working together to address community-identified needs. Funded initiatives this year include organizations such as Washtenaw Rock Stars, The Dot Org, The Pearl Project, Students of Color at Rackham, BLUElab Metro, Rotaract Michigan, M-Heal, Lunar Doula Support Network, and more!

The event will take place on the second floor of the Michigan Union in the Pendleton Room. A map of the second floor is provided here. Please view additional building access and parking resources here



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Pendleton Room @ Michigan Union

Are you curious about student-led community-engaged work happening at the University of Michigan? Interested in learning about ways to engage with communities more equitably? Come join the Ginsberg Center in the Union’s Pendleton Ballroom on April 4 from 10 am to 12:30 pm as we celebrate and showcase the amazing work of our student grant recipients. The work of several student organizations and their work with community partners will be showcased followed by a networking reception with lunch. Each year the Ginsberg Center provides several community engagement grant opportunities available to student organizations planning alternative spring breaks and community-engaged initiatives locally and globally. The primary goal of this funding is to support partnerships between University of Michigan student groups and external community organizations or agencies working together to address community-identified needs. Funded initiatives this year include organizations such as Washtenaw Rock Stars, The Dot Org, The Pearl Project, Students of Color at Rackham, BLUElab Metro, Rotaract Michigan, M-Heal, Lunar Doula Support Network, and more!

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