The Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning


MacDonald Gift Seeds Community Fellows Program

Real estate entrepreneur and business author, Scott MacDonald, of Del Mar, California, has made a gift to the University of Michigan’s Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning in the Division of Student Life. This gift establishes the MacDonald Community Fellows Program in support of students committed to community service.


Applications Open! Student Initiative Grants

The Student Initiative Grants process through the Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning provides financial support for student groups and organizations looking to create service and community engagement experiences. There are four grants that a group can apply for: Alternative Break Grant (up to $500), Collaborative Project Grant (up to $1000), Community-Based Project Grant (up to $500), and Literacy Project Grant (up to $600). Each grant includes advising, workshops, and resources that will support your group in creating a strong, meaningful service and learning experience.


Applications Open! Student Initiative Grants

The Student Initiative Grants process through the Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning provides financial support for student groups and organizations looking to create service and community engagement experiences. There are four grants that a group can apply for: Alternative Break Grant (up to $500), Collaborative Project Grant (up to $1000), Community-Based Project Grant (up to $500), and Literacy Project Grant (up to $600). Each grant includes advising, workshops, and resources that will support your group in creating a strong, meaningful service and learning experience.