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$1,550,749 Amount raised
7,254 Gifts received

College of Social Science

Experiential learning is essential to helping students develop real life skills which will prepare them for life outside the classroom. Your support of these programs and internships alleviates costs associated with the experience, such as travel and housing. Donate today to help provide opportunities for students to grow as professionals, scholars and Spartans.

Give to experiential learning programs and help alleviate the cost of vital learning experiences for our students.

Students within the College of Social Science have endless options to participate in credit-bearing experiential learning opportunities. These experiences allow students to grow as professionals, scholars and individuals. Below are three featured experiential learning programs where your support is crucial for the continued success of our students.

Your support of these programs and others will enhance the educational experience and opportunities for our social scientists.

Flint Community Initiative

The Flint Community Initiative (FCI) prepares and invests MSU’s most vital resource — the time, gifts and talents of students passionate to make a difference — to engage in meaningful work in nonprofit community organizations in Flint while providing our students with a unique opportunity to develop skills in hands-on, collaborative community development projects.

$1,800 raised from 10 gifts 72 of $2,500 goal

InnovateGov prepares and delivers MSU’s most vital resource — talented and motivated students — to Detroit’s civic institutions while providing our students with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to do real, impactful, and equitable work on the city’s most critical social problems.

$2,180 raised from 12 gifts 88 of $2,500 goal
Women’s Leadership Institute Experiential Learning Fund

This fund is intended to support undergraduate students looking to engage in experiential learning opportunities including, but not limited to, study away/abroad, conference attendance, or internship. Students utilize this experiential learning experience for research and/or gain a deeper knowledge of women leaders and/or leadership equity for women.

$2,631 raised from 28 gifts 105 of $2,500 goal
Spartan helmet thermometer representing the project goal
89 Funded

$7,500 Goal

6,611 Amount raised

50 Gifts received