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Review the CPGC's funding guidelines and budgeting tips.
The CPGC is committed to supporting students and faculty by providing funds for projects and events related to the mission of the Center.
Haverford students are welcome to apply, as are Bryn Mawr students who are majoring, minoring, or concentrating at Haverford and applying for funding related to their HC coursework (unless otherwise specified).
Applying for funding? Have questions? Schedule an appointment. We're here to help!
College-funded travel is currently prohibited. The CPGC will not consider any proposals involving travel until the College indicates that this policy has been lifted.
On hold for 2020 - contact Julie Miller if you have an idea for a remote community engagement project.
Students pursuing community-based projects with strong educational components can apply for funding. These projects are usually connected to a course or other academic endeavor, and provide a benefit to the host community.
Contact Stephanie Zukerman if you have an idea for a remote research project.
The CPGC funds domestic and international student research throughout the academic year, including fall, winter, and spring break. Strong preference is given to projects relating to one’s senior thesis research and/or major.
The Social Justice Transit Fund provides funding to cover local public transportation to enable student participation in social justice activism and learning.
*We have a very tiny magic 8 ball.