Micron Academy for Inclusive Leadership Scholarship

We are pleased to announce the Micron Academy for Inclusive Leadership. The Academy is being created to build a community of Boise State undergraduate students who have the skills to be inclusive leaders.

The Micron Academy is a student-centered initiative housed at Boise State University’s Institute for Inclusive & Transformative Scholarship to address fairness, equity, and access, strengthen leadership skills, and build a thriving sense of community. Students accepted to the Academy will engage in year-long programming, and be guided through opportunities designed to support students in becoming change makers and inclusive leaders for their community. Innovative projects that partner students with community, government, and minority-owned businesses will build the foundation of the program. Micron Academy fellows will be paired with personal mentors from Micron. This mentorship is intended to support fellows as they move through the Micron Leadership Academy for Inclusive Leadership and work towards becoming community leaders and advocates.

This fellowship is open to Boise State undergraduate students who have the desire to be leaders in addressing fairness, equity, and access.

Priority will be given to students who have a major, minor, or certificate in Engineering, Science, Data Science, Computer Science, Public Policy (i.e. School of Public Service), STEM education, or Business. Scholarships will be awarded to selected applicants who commit to the requirements of the fellowship program. Scholarships will be awarded based on need and will be for at least $2000, but can not exceed a selected student’s unmet need.

In order to be eligible for this scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • In good academic standing
  • Plan to enroll part-time (6 undergraduate credits) or full-time (12 undergraduate credits)
  • Provide a haiku, tweet, and Instagram post via this application discussing social justice, leadership and community
  • Demonstrate financial need. We can determine your financial need by the results of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Students with an interest in social justice and building an inclusive community for all including first-generation and socio-economically disadvantaged students and those who have overcome disadvantages or have felt marginalized

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Supplemental Questions
  1. Will you be enrolled as a degree seeking student taking at least 6 credits?
  2. Do you have both interest in and time to participate in a community of students working towards inclusive leadership? (This would include enrolling in a one-credit course each semester for the upcoming academic year.)
  3. Describe why you are applying to the Micron Academy for Inclusive Leadership (1000 character maximum).
  4. PROMPT 1 [Haiku]: What does social justice mean to you?
  5. PROMPT 2 [Tweet]: In what way do you aspire to be a leader? How do you aspire to lead?
  6. PROMPT 3A [INSTAGRAM - Image]: If you could advocate to change one thing in your community, what would it be and why? (Upload your Instagram post IMAGE here.)
  7. PROMPT 3B [INSTAGRAM - Caption Text]: If you could advocate to change one thing in your community, what would it be and why? (Enter your Instagram post CAPTION TEXT here.)
  8. If you are a current Micron Academy Fellow, describe how you want to move your passion project forward in the next school year. Please upload as a single Word or PDF document (8 MB max file size) using your name and Boise State student ID number as the filename. Do not use any special characters in the file name including periods, hyphens, apostrophes, etc. You should also include your full name and Boise State student ID number on the header of each page. To save as PDF: For Microsoft users: From Word document click File, Save As, and then click PDF or XPS. For Mac users: Choose print, click on PDF in the bottom-left of the Print menu, and Save as PDF.
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