STRIDE Undergraduate Scholarship Program
Scholarships are awarded to income-eligible undergraduate students to support a consistent, year-round commitment to service. Scholars join a community of undergraduates dedicated to service and social justice. The group engages in reflection and shared learning, guided by program staff and community members. In addition, scholars receive financial support to make their service work possible and one-on-one mentorship in social justice values and careers. Any enrolled full-time college student eligible for Federal Work-Study, significant financial aid, or from a low-income background is invited to apply. Scholars engage in year-round meaningful service starting in the summer each year.
Contact STRIDE@pbha.org with questions about eligibility or the program.
Students in PBHA’s Trainer Corps gain the skills to lead trainings for volunteers across PBHA. Contact Sydney Jenkins (email@example.com) and Jesse Leavitt (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.
Summer Urban Program
PBHA’s Summer Urban Program is run by 130 college students who serve as directors and senior counselors, or teachers, in each camp. Students working with SUP receive housing and a $3,500 – $4,500 stipend.