The service-learning program APPLES is looking for innovative ideas for entrepreneurship as well as applicants for spring internships.
The organization is accepting proposals for its “ACT OUT Social Entrepreneurship Fellowships,” a one-year fellowship aimed at funding ideas that will impact local communities.
APPLES is also looking for applicants for spring internships.
They offer three hours of course credit and $1,200 in funding while working for a local non-profit organization.
An interest session will be held for the fellowship Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. in Student Union Room 3515.