CMC Impact Program

CMC is committed to supporting the educational and career development of the Class of 2020 during this unprecedented time. In response to the uncertainty and ongoing impact of COVID-19, CMC has created the CMC Impact Program (the “Program”).

Funded by an anonymous donor and other sources, the Program provides grant awards for eligible graduating Class of 2020 CMC seniors to advance their educational and professional development through internship, research or community-based projects intended to further their individual professional and career development goals.1 Following the design of an approved project proposal, participants will execute a project, of up to one year, which connects their education, experience, and co-curricular development with their professional ambitions.

The Program will begin on June 1, 2020 and conclude no later than June 18, 2021. It will be managed through the Soll Center for Student Opportunity and will draw upon the expertise of employers and partners from the private, social, and public sectors, as well as the entire CMC community.

Please direct any questions on The Impact Fellowship to one of the following staff members:

  • Nyree Gray, Associate Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Civil Rights Officer: nyree.gray@cmc.edu
  • Beth Milev ‘05, Director, Robert Day Scholars Program and Scholar Communities: beth.milev@cmc.edu

1 All May, June, August and December 2020 Class of 2020 graduates are eligible to apply.