Poverty Solutions’ Student Advisory Board plays a critical role as the liaison between students and the initiative, helping to further the goal of increasing the conversation about poverty-related efforts on campus. You can apply to be an individual or organizational member of the Student Advisory Board.
Members of the Poverty Solutions Student Advisory Board will:
- Advise on programming, including recommending speakers or events they might find interesting, as well as shaping planned events. Students also may engage in review of promotional materials to ensure they effectively reach the target audience.
- Help publicize events and reach the right audience.
- Identify resources and funding mechanisms, such as grants and internships, to support efforts related to poverty alleviation on campus and connect to other student groups and agencies providing funding.
- Help to structure Poverty Solutions’ engagement with low-income students on campus.