Moellership [moh-ler-ship] noun:
A Center for Leadership & Social Change program that provides funding for students to engage in a summer of service. See also: amazing, unforgettable, social change
The Moellership Program, named for its founder Bill Moeller, provides students at Florida State University the opportunity to focus 8 to 12 weeks of their summer on full-time service at a nonprofit agency. Examples of past projects include working in a community garden in Tallahassee, serving at a camp for children with chronic illnesses in North Carolina, engaging in bicycle advocacy in Washington, D.C., implementing a reading curriculum in South Africa, caring for people with HIV/AIDS in Spain, designing a poultry production project in Tanzania, and promoting sustainability in Brazil.
Thank you for your interest in the Moellership Program. Before beginning the application, please download the Moellership Application Information and FAQ sheets. These documents povide information about eligibility, expectations, and funding. They also contain the application questions and information about the proposal.
Moellership 2017 Application Information
Moellership 2017 Frequently Asked Questions
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: Applications must be completed online by Sunday, December 18, 2016 at 11:59pm. No hard copies, e-mailed, or faxed applications will be accepted. Selected students will be asked to prepare a 10-minute presentation for the selection committee in mid-January. Final selections will be announced soon after.
For more information, go to http://thecenter.fsu.edu/Moellership or contact Juan Mendizabal at email@example.com.