The CASC Minor program aims to support student initiatives by providing funding for a variety of projects that foster community engagement, center social justice, and promote equity and inclusion. Through the Social Justice Internship Fund and the Student Organization Grant, funding opportunities in the minor promote student-led action, leadership development, and participation in community based advocacy in diverse contexts.
The CASC Minor Student Organization Grant offers up to 250 dollars funding for materials, supplies, space, food, or other related expenses to declared students who are engaged in social justice and social action events, programs, initiatives, and projects.
The CASC Social Justice Internship Fund provides up to 2000 dollars funding for students seeking internship, field, or volunteer opportunities in community settings with a social justice emphasis. Supported by the generosity of CASC alumni and friends, the CASC Social Justice Internship seeks to offset a portion of students' cost of living to encourage social-justice-oriented participation in community settings.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106