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  • Camps for Young People with Disabilities | summer-programs | CNGR | Vanderbilt University
    Dates June 12 17 2016 Campers rising high school juniors seniors and young adults with developmental disabilities up to the age of 24 Minimum age is 17 Cost 1 200 scholarships available Contact Information Name Laura McLeod Director of Special Projects Phone 615 343 5322 E mail laura mcleod vanderbilt edu Website http kc vanderbilt edu site services disabilityservices page aspx id 2171 Vanderbilt Children s Hospital Camp Directory The

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  • Mission & History | About | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    ability to combine a successful business or professional career with a lifelong commitment to finding solutions to critical societal problems The Ingram Scholarship Program is distinguished by the requirement that the recipient not only volunteer for community service but also design and implement projects that address significant community needs The program encourages Ingram Scholars to work with established not for profit and business groups and to create projects that become self sustaining Among the largest gifts to the University was the multimillion dollar gift to endow the Ingram Scholarship Program awarded each year to undergraduates who volunteer time while at Vanderbilt and demonstrate a commitment to combine a career in business or a business related field with community service The Ingram Scholarship Program began in 1994 when four undergraduates and two incoming freshmen were awarded scholarships Goals To maximize opportunities that prepare Scholars for business and professional careers and a commitment to seeking solutions to critical social problems To strengthen the connections between learning and service To facilitate the academic professional and service opportunities for each Scholar s own particular interests and career plans through advising seminars internships projects travel and collaboration To foster a sense of community among the Scholars alumni and those working with the program Benefits Ingram Scholars receive full tuition support each year plus stipends for special summer service projects Vanderbilt will provide additional need based financial aid to those Ingram Scholarship recipients whose demonstrated financial need exceeds the amount of full tuition Scholarships are renewable annually through the senior year contingent on the maintenance of a 3 0 minimum GPA and fulfillment of service related requirements Throughout their years as an Ingram Scholar students are required to maintain a 20 hour monthly service commitment and to complete at least one summer service projects Summer support

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  • Program Components | About | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    Please see Community Engagement for a list of current Scholar involvement Weekly Meetings Each Wednesday Scholars come together as a group These mandatory weekly meetings include All Scholars The goal is to bring together the entire community of Scholars for a year long series of seminars and presentations on a major theme Ingram Scholars strive to build an environment where critical questions are raised and Scholars are challenged to understand through the lenses of different disciplines the implications and effects of community service Academic Seminars The Ingram Scholars actively participate in seminars in order to broaden their understanding of the issues that concern their projects and the context in which they serve The seminars inform and influence their work as students in service to the community New Scholars meet with Faculty Director Marshall Eakin for Ingram 101 Returning Sophomores meet with Frank Wade for an in depth look at service organizations in the Nashville community Returning Juniors and Seniors participate in seminars led by a variety of Vanderbilt faculty administrators staff and visitors that will focus on key themes developed to complement the seminar series presented in the All Scholars session Workshops Reflections Summer Program Scholars engaging in a summer service project or research project with a faculty member attend a monthly workshop and prepare their proposals for the review process Senior Internships With the help of the Senior Internship Coordinator senior Scholars are placed on boards with local businesses and organizations that will provide them with an introduction to the operations of non profits and businesses Reflection Group Dinners Scholars submit monthly service reflections and use this time to reflect on themes from the previous week s All Scholars session A local Ingram alum will join each group Small Groups This is an opportunity for Scholars to get to know each other in a relaxed and open environment Scholars are divided into small groups of six and assigned an Ingram Scholar Advisor Monthly Journals The monthly journals will ask Scholars to reflect on the seminars speakers in the All Scholars sessions with the aim of facilitating the discussions the following week at the Reflection Group Dinners Comprehensive Year end Report For sophomore junior and senior Scholars the year end report thoroughly documents the service work of the previous year and guides future Scholars by providing a source of ideas and references For first year Scholars the report reviews the service work completed during the first year and the transition to the Vanderbilt and Nashville communities All year end reports highlight the observations of monthly reports and present solidifying conclusions and future goals by narrating and evaluating the service work from the current academic year Summer Service Project Scholars are required to complete at least one summer service project A summer project affords Scholars the opportunity to dive deep into a service interest and partner with a community or organization for eight weeks during any undergraduate summer Scholars submit a written proposal and budget that extensively outlines the objectives of

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  • Scholar Profile | About | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    Us Home About Scholar Profile Scholar Profile Infographic courtesy of Vanderbilt Creative Services Download infographic as a handout here Recent news Reminder Deadline for Women s Center award nominations Feb 26 February 15 2016 Vanderbilt partners with Brown Harvard Cornell others to develop new study abroad programs February 15 2016 Chancellor s Higher Education Fellowship aims to build leadership pipeline February 15 2016 Dobson named associate dean of students February

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  • In The News | About | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    Ingram Scholarship Program High School Seniors applications due 03 15 2016 Ingram Scholarship Program Current Vanderbilt First Year Sophomore Students applications due MORE KEY DATES Recent News Reminder Deadline for Women s Center award nominations Feb 26 February 15 2016 Vanderbilt partners with Brown Harvard Cornell others to develop new study abroad programs February 15 2016 Chancellor s Higher Education Fellowship aims to build leadership pipeline February 15 2016 Dobson

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  • Timeline | About | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    Faculty Director Staff Ingram Scholar Advisors Alumni Alumni Directory Alumni Board Alumni Fund Alumni Portal Opportunities to Engage Reunion Photos Media Photos Documentary Video Clips Apply High School Applicants Current VU Applicants Key Dates Letters of Recommendation Contact Us See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students Media Parents Family Prospective Students Researchers Sports Fans Visitors Neighbors Connect with Vanderbilt Twitter Facebook YouTube iTunesU Flickr RSS

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  • people | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    These mission trips were amazing eye opening experiences that allowed Chris to find his true passion for service Alexis Cook Class of 2018 After serving as a Sunday school teacher and volunteer at the local jail while in high school Alexis decided to defer college and instead embark on the KIVU Gap Year to learn more about God herself and others through service and travel Over the course of eight months she lived in 5 countries with an internship in each for a total of over 900 internship hours Sophie Goddyn Class of 2018 Sophie s passion for social justice began in the third grade writing math problems for the boy who sat next to her in class He had Down syndrome and he became one of her closest friends With the help of her new friend and his family Sophie began her service endeavors volunteering her first of six years at Bike First a camp in which she taught children with disabilities how to ride two wheel bikes This program fostered her passion for advocating for those with disabilities Naeha Haridasa Class of 2018 After spending ten years at Chinmaya Mission Hindu Sunday school with the motto Give more than what you take Naeha began to develop a passion for social justice Josiah Holland Class of 2018 Since moving as a 5 th grader to the United States from Togo Africa Josiah has made a priority of engaging his local community through service and the building of relationships In high school Josiah worked through student council to organize community events and fundraisers benefitting local and national charities Josiah also served with his church community by teaching children s classes and spent the entire summer of 2014 as a youth camp counselor Additionally through his church Josiah discovered multiple opportunities to build relationships with the homeless of downtown Fort Worth Texas through Beautiful Feet Ministries and the Feed by Grace program at Unity Park Catherine Jackson Class of 2018 With a family history of serving the community Catherine began volunteering at a young age Through her church and youth group Catherine explored service opportunities in her community and attended yearly mission trips At the beginning of high school she discovered her passion for serving others while volunteering with a local homeless shelter Room In the Inn Since then Catherine has pursued various opportunities to serve the homeless community in Nashville Kyuhoon Kim Class of 2018 Kyuhoon s involvement in service as a first year student at Vanderbilt was a continuation from his pre college experience in service in high school he was inspired by the desire to improve his mother s status as an immigrant to Korea in serving the immigrant and culturally disadvantaged population in his home nation When he first arrived in Nashville or more broadly the U S he sought to develop upon this familiarity by identifying the population in similar needs Lauren McCabe Class of 2018 During her freshman year at Vanderbilt Lauren continued her work

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  • Community Engagement | Scholars | Ingram | Vanderbilt University
    Service Commissioners Dance Marathon Delta Delta Delta Design for America Dismas House Edgehill Friends Faith Family Medical Center Fiat First Year Leaders Program through Vanderbilt Student Government CommonDORES Programming Council Girls on the Run Glamour Gals Global Medical Brigades Grassroots Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity Spring Break In Full Motion Interaxon International Justice Mission Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Sigma Kickoff Cookoff KIPP Collegiate HS KIPP Nashville Tutoring Lights on the Lawn Manna Project International Manna Spring Break Mary Parrish Center Microfinance Club Mock Trial Moneythink Muslim Students Association Nach Vandy Nashville Dolphins Nashville International Center for Empowerment Nashville Mobile Market Nashville Zoo at Grassmere Nations Ministry Center Nashville Navigators The New Beginnings Center Next Step Ambassadors Commons House Advisory Council VSG Oasis Center Office of Residential Education Open Table Nashville Organized and United for Respect at Vanderbilt OUR Vanderbilt Organized Neighbors of Edgehill The Original Cast Pi Beta Phi Poverty the Arts Pre Nursing Society Preston Taylor Ministries Project Bridges Project CURE Project I AM Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity Epsilon Chapter Presbyterian Student Fellowship Q Ideas Relay for Life Reformed University Fellowship Ronald McDonald House Room in the Inn Saddle Up Therapeutic Riding Program Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Harvest Food Bank Secular Students Alliance Shade Tree Family Clinic She s the First Vanderbilt Siloam Family Health Center Soumit s World Foundation South Asian Cultural Exchange SACE Students Consulting with Nonprofit Organizations Students Promoting Environmental Awareness and Responsibility SPEAR Senior Class Fund Susan Gray School Teach Twice Tennessee Bar Association Youth Court The After School Program T A P Vanderbilt Catholic Vanderbilt Children s Hospital Vanderbilt Dodecaphonics Vanderbilt Initiative for Scholarship and Global Engagement VISAGE Vanderbilt Institute for Coffee Studies Vanderbilt Music Outreach Vanderbilt University Medical Center Vanderbilt Performing Arts Council VPAC Vanderbilt University Speaker

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