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Application for Host Organizations

 Application deadline extended: Monday, February 10, 2014.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Criteria on which Columbia University will base its selection may include, without limitation, the following:

General Information
Description of Organization
Experience with Interns
Description of Relevant Staff
Please list all staff members who will be involved with this project
Include those staff members who will: work with the Fellows from March through May to fully visualize the project; supervise the fellows during the June-August internship period; have primary responsibility for managing the organization's participation in the project; and any other staff members who will participate in the proposed project.
Description of ideas for the internship project
This document should include: (1) a detailed description of the critical local problem; (2) activities the fellows might undertake to address the problem; (3) how the potential project fits into the organization's mission; and (4) the intended impact on the organization's constituencies. Please refer to the Selection Criteria at the top of this page when drafting your proposal. Documents must be in either PDF or Microsoft Word format and should be no longer than three pages in length.
Files must be less than 60 MB.
Allowed file types: txt html pdf doc docx.
How did you hear about the program?
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CCSC and ESC Travel/Retreat Waiver

Please fill out this form completely in order to participate in the Student Councils' Retreat on Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29th to Frost Valley YMCA in Claryville, New York.

Confidentiality Notice: A digital copy of this form will be taken with the SDA advisors. Please note that this form contains confidential information and will be handled accordingly. The information contained in this form will be only used for emergencies only.

 

Medical Insurance: Students participating in overnight trips associated with a student organization are required to have adequate medical coverage. Please share the provider and policy number of the insurance plan you will be covered by during this period. It is the responsibility of the student to have proof of medical insurance on his/her person during the trip.
If a student is not 18 by the start of the trip, a hard copy of this form will need to be processed with a parent/guardian signature.
Please let us know of your dietary needs. If you observe Kosher or Halal dietary laws, please let us know if eating vegetarian meals are ok.
By typing in your name, this will serve as an official signature.
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Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program Leader Consent Form

I am exercising my free choice to participate voluntarily in the Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program’s (COOP) Fall trip. I recognize that this decision involves certain risks and I am willing to accept responsibility for those risks.

Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program (COOP) Participant Consent Form

I understand that the goals of Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program (COOP) are to provide a positive experience in a supportive group environment. I am aware that as a participant I am required to follow the policies and guidelines set by COOP and instructions from the Outdoor Orientation Leaders. As part of Columbia University, COOP adheres to the University standards of respect for others. COOP is a substance-free program- alcohol or drugs of any kind are prohibited. Any violation of the substance policy may result in judiciary action.

Graduate Assistantships

The deadline to apply for the Graduate Assistant for Leadership Development is August 7, 2012.

Click here to review the full job description. Email us with any questions.

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Files must be less than 800 bytes.
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Submit Final Proposal

Only submit a final proposal if you have submitted a preliminary proposal and were invited by the ABP Student Advisory Board to submit a final proposal. 

Proposal Process

Proposal Process

PLEASE NOTE: The ABP will not be supporting Winter Break Projects this year. We will begin accepting Spring and Summer Break Proposals in the fall.

Student Advisory Board

The Alternative Break Program (ABP) Student Board is made up of student leaders with a passion for civic engagement and who have extensive service trip experience.

Common Application Information Confirmation

Thank you for completing the first step of the pre-orientation application.

You must now apply to the prog

Live at Lerner Volunteer Application

Thank you for your interest in being a part of Live at Lerner for the 2014 - 2015 academic year.  We are looking for a volunteer to help us plan events for Live at Lerner that will help bring the Columbia community together. If you are interested in being a part of Live at Lerner to help foster community in Lerner Hall and elsewhere at Columbia, consider applying to be a volunteer. 

Questions? Comments? Feel free to contact Aaron Gomes (ag2737@columbia.edu) or Robbie Lyman (ral2177@columbia.edu).

By checking off "I Agree" you affirm that you understand the commitment involved and will be an active participant. By checking "I Agree" you also give the university permission to check your academic and judicial records. Please understand that you must be in good standing in order to be involved with Live at Lerner.

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