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Change-Maker Fellowship Team

A team for PACIFIC SCHOOL OF RELIGION

  • $1,248
    Raised
  • 26
    Donors
  • 12
    Fundraisers

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$1,248 raised of $8,160
($1,168 online, $80 offline)

This team will raise funds to support the Change-Makers Fellowship Program at Pacific School of Religion

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

Leslie Leasure

Leslie's fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$474 8

2

Donaldson Hill

Donaldson Hill fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$300 3

3

Laurie Isenberg

Laurie Isenberg fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$191 5

4

Lizann Bassham

Lizann Bassham fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$139 3

5

Katherine Kunz

Katherine Kunz fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$125 3

6

Barbara Nixon

Barbara Nixon fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$68 1

7

Lindsey Kerr

Lindsey Kerr fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$55 3

8

Michael Bausch

Michael Bausch fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$0 0

9

Naomi Schulz

Naomi Schulz fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$0 0

10

Jay Johnson

Jay Johnson fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$0 0

11

Andrea Cano

Andrea Cano fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$0 0

12

Peter King

Peter King fundraising for Change-Maker Fellowship Team

$0 0

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The Change-Makers Fellowship Program provides one year of free tuition at Pacific School of Religion to ten promising students of color. Each fellow will receive 24 free credit hours at PSR in addition to faculty mentorship and immersion learning experiences.

Help us raise the funds to support two of our Change-Maker Fellows! Each team captain will attempt to raise at least $680 -- the cost of one-credit hour for a student.

The PSR Board of Trustees has created the Change-Maker Fellowship Program as one way of living into our new vision. Approved by the Board in April, our new vision states that PSR will equip leaders who are compelled by their own spiritual formation and practice, who are rooted in Christian theological traditions, and who have the skills to lead justice-driven change in churches, institutions, communities, and individual lives.

Here are some details of this new fellowship for the 2013-2014 Academic Year:

  • Successful candidates for this fellowship (which is worth up to $16,320 in financial support) will be students of color who meet the admissions criteria of PSR and are nominated as active or potential “change-makers” by a professor, campus, religious, or community leader, employer, or program director with first-hand knowledge of the candidate.
  • These fellows will take part in a variety of additional offerings including cohort and immersion learning experiences that focus on social transformation. The fellows will also be mentored by PSR faculty members who will meet regularly with the group for engaged reflection as well as academic and vocational advising.
  • At the end of the year, fellows may receive a Certificate in Theological Studies or another of our certificates for which they qualify. They may also apply for admission for one of PSR’s regular Master’s degree programs for the following year and be eligible to apply for financial aid and merit awards.

Ours is a seminary community of diverse and creative individuals who are committed to living out our faith in bold ways and who are deeply committed to living as members of a network of “change-makers” moved by the spirit of the Gospel.

Team Captain

Leslie Leasure Leslie Leasure