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Spring 2021 Strategic Philanthropy Student Application

Kyle Gammenthaler, September 30th, 2020

Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Student Application
(Due by 5:00pm on Friday, October 23rd)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with multiple funders, is currently accepting student applications for 2 sections in the Spring 2021 semester. Although offered through Mays Business School, all undergrads at Texas A&M are eligible to apply. More details can be found at the application link below.

CLICK HERE FOR SPRING 2021 STUDENT APPLICATION

Although there are two sections of the course, you only have to submit one application. If you are accepted then you’ll have the opportunity to indicate your desired section time. The likely course times will be MW 9:35-10:50 or MW 11:10-12:25

The deadline to submit applications is 5:00pm on Friday, October 23rd. You will be notified of the decision by the end of the day on November 6th.

The application link above should answer most questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Student Application
(Due by 5:00pm on Friday, October 23rd)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with multiple funders, is currently accepting student applications for 2 sections in the Spring 2021 semester. Although offered through Mays Business School, all undergrads at Texas A&M are eligible to apply. More details can be found at the application link below.

CLICK HERE FOR SPRING 2021 STUDENT APPLICATION

Although there are two sections of the course, you only have to submit one application. If you are accepted then you’ll have the opportunity to indicate your desired section time. The likely course times will be MW 9:35-10:50 or MW 11:10-12:25

The deadline to submit applications is 5:00pm on Friday, October 23rd. You will be notified of the decision by the end of the day on November 6th.

The application link above should answer most questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Community Grant Program
(Due by 5:00pm on Friday, August 28th)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with the George and Barbara Bush Foundation, Cheryl Mellenthin, and The Philanthropy Lab, is currently accepting applications from local area community organizations for its Community Grant Program. To be eligible, an organization must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity based in the Brazos Valley. Applicants must submit an abbreviated application using the link below.

 

CLICK HERE FOR FALL 2020 COMMUNITY GRANT APPLICATION

 

The deadline to submit applications is 5:00pm on Friday, August 28th. The Fall 2020 Community Grant recipients will be announced in December.

The application link above should answer many of your questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

Mays Strategic Philanthropy Board

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Student Application
(Due by 5:00pm on Friday, April 3rd)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with multiple funders, is currently accepting student applications for 2 sections in the Spring 2020 semester. Although a majority of students will be from Mays Business School, there will be seats available for non-business majors. So, all undergrads at Texas A&M are eligible to apply. More details can be found at the application link below.

CLICK HERE FOR FALL 2020 STUDENT APPLICATION

Although there are two sections of the course, you only have to submit one application. If you are accepted then you’ll have the opportunity to indicate your desired section time. The likely course times will be MW 9:35-10:50 or MW 11:10-12:25

The deadline to submit applications is 5:00pm on Friday, April 3rd. You will be notified of the decision by the end of the day on April 4th.

The application link above should answer most questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Brazos Valley Nonprofit Application
(Due by 11:59pm on Sunday, February 2nd)

 

The Mays Strategic Philanthropy course has the opportunity to continue distributing funds to local Brazos Valley nonprofit organizations.  This semester, we are teaching 2 sections of this class, so your application will randomly go to one of the sections to avoid conflicts between classes.

The other, and more relevant, change for your nonprofit to make note of is that we are lowering the max request from $25,000 to $15,000. Everything else about the process and application remains the same as prior years.

Regardless of whether you receive funding or not, I know that applying each semester is challenging. Each semester is a fresh group of students so there are ample opportunities to highlight the great work that your organization is doing, so please keep applying!

CLICK HERE FOR SPRING 2020 COMMUNITY GRANT APPLICATION

The application link above should answer most questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Student Application
(Due by 5:00pm on Friday, October 25th)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with multiple funders, is currently accepting student applications for 2 sections in the Spring 2020 semester. Although a majority of students will be from Mays Business School, there will be seats available for non-business majors. So, all undergrads at Texas A&M are eligible to apply. More details can be found at the application link below.

CLICK HERE FOR SPRING 2020 STUDENT APPLICATION

Although there are two sections of the course, you only have to submit one application. If you are accepted then you’ll have the opportunity to indicate your desired section time. The likely course times will be MW 9:35-10:50 or MW 11:10-12:25

The deadline to submit applications is 5:00pm on Friday, October 25th. You will be notified of the decision prior to the open of registration.

The application link above should answer most questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Community Grant Program
Opens: 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 14th (Check back for submission link at that time)
Due by 5:00pm on Friday, September 13th

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with the George and Barbara Bush Foundation, Cheryl Mellenthin, and The Philanthropy Lab, will begin accepting applications from local area community organizations for its Community Grant Program on August 14th. To be eligible, an organization must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity based in the Brazos Valley.

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Community Grant Program
(Due by 5:00pm on Friday, September 13th)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with the George and Barbara Bush Foundation, Cheryl Mellenthin, and The Philanthropy Lab, is currently accepting applications from local area community organizations for its Community Grant Program. To be eligible, an organization must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity based in the Brazos Valley. Applicants must submit an application detailing their programming and budget requirements for the upcoming year at the following link:

 

CLICK HERE FOR 2019-2020 COMMUNITY GRANT APPLICATION

 

The deadline to submit applications is 5:00pm on Friday, Sept. 13th. The 2019-2020 Community Grant recipients will be announced in December.

The application link above should answer many of your questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

Mays Strategic Philanthropy Board

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Student Application
(Due by 11:59pm on Sunday, March 31st)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation and The Philanthropy Lab, is currently accepting student applications for the Fall 2019 course. All undergrads at Texas A&M are eligible to apply. More details can be found at the application link below.

CLICK HERE FOR FALL 2019 STUDENT APPLICATION

The deadline to submit applications is 11:59PM on Sunday, March. 31st. You will be notified by April 4th.

The application link above should answer most questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

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What is your name, major and class year?

Lauren Hancock, Marketing, Class of 2020

Why did you choose to apply and take Strategic Philanthropy?

I chose to take Strategic Philanthropy because I believe that using business logic in regards to giving money is so important to know how to do once I graduate, as well as right now.

What do you hope to learn from Strategic Philanthropy?

I hope to learn about where to give and how to make hard decisions in regards to choosing where I would make the biggest impact with my money. Giving strategically and logically, but also in a way that is passionate towards whatever cause you are supporting monetarily is really important to me and I would love to learn how to do that to the best of my ability.

Interesting fact(s) about yourself?

I hope to one day own a Non Profit coffee shop named Lulu Latte. Call me crazy, I know.

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Mays Business School – Strategic Philanthropy
Community Grant Program
(Due by midnight on Sunday, September 23rd)

 

Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course, in partnership with the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation, John and Debbie Bethancourt, and The Philanthropy Lab, is currently accepting applications from local area community organizations for its Community Grant Program. To be eligible, an organization must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity based in the Brazos Valley. Applicants must submit an application detailing their programming and budget requirements for the upcoming year at the following link:

 

CLICK HERE FOR 2018-2019 COMMUNITY GRANT APPLICATION

 

The deadline to submit applications is midnight on Sunday, Sept. 23rd. The 2018-2019 Community Grant recipients will be announced in December.

The application link above should answer some questions, while all others should be directed to Kyle Gammenthaler at kyleg@tamu.edu.

Thank you!

Mays Strategic Philanthropy Board

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