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Katherine and Darren Ash established the Ash Service Award to cultivate and support a culture of locally focused community service within the UGA Honors Program. Awards support two Honors students who intern full-time in the summer on behalf of a local service organization, supporting programming that improves local communities.

The two recipients of the Ash Service Award receive a $3,000 stipend to cover their cost of living while interning for a local service organization for approximately 8 weeks full-time in the summer.

Applicants must provide documentation of organizational support and an already established relationship to be considered for the award. To be eligible, you must be an Honors student in good academic standing who, as of the summer, will be a rising second, third, or fourth year.

Competitive applicants will have already demonstrated a commitment to community service through prior sustained involvement. Upon completing the required service hours, recipients must provide documentation of the hours served and a report detailing the internship.

Download the current Ash Service Award Application.
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Assistant Director of Honors & Programming
Maria de Rocher

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