March 8, 2014

2014 Minidoka Pilgrimage Youth Scholarships

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In an effort to continue to provide an experience of social justice in action, and to create diverse input, participation and energy, the Minidoka Pilgrimage Committee is proud to offer unique scholarship opportunities to students.

Student scholarship recipients are asked to assist with work activities before, and during, the 2014 Pilgrimage. All scholarship recipients are encouraged to be involved in the planning of subsequent Pilgrimages. The pilgrimage will be taking place this year from June 19- June 22.

Find the Scholarship form here: http://www.minidokapilgrimage.org/scholarships.html

Application deadline: Monday, April 14, 2014

The Scholarship Recipient will receive:
•Complimentary attendance to the 2014 Minidoka Pilgrimage. This includes transportation to and from Idaho from Seattle, registration costs, lodging, and all meals while attending the pilgrimage.
•The opportunity to serve on the Minidoka Pilgrimage Planning Committee and to assist with the planning for future pilgrimages.

Eligibility and Expectations:
•Must be a student at least 18 years of age or graduated from college in the past one or two years. Undergraduate and graduate students can apply.
•Is able to participate for the entire pilgrimage trip from Thursday, June 19 – Sunday, June 22, 2014.
•Will assist the Minidoka Planning Committee with duties while attending the pilgrimage
•Is able to attend the Minidoka Pilgrimage Planning Committee meetings prior to the pilgrimage
•Will create a project of your interest relating to the Minidoka Pilgrimage. This project can either be educational, a way to document the pilgrimage, or a way to help the Pilgrimage Committee. Past projects include: video of the pilgrimage, picture show, and creating a Pilgrimage evaluation survey.

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2013 Minidoka Pilgrimage Youth Scholarship winners
Photo by: Ryan Kozu