The Student Philanthropy Initiative seeks to educate students on the importance of the Chapman Fund and its impact on the Chapman experience as well as create a culture of gratitude for our Chapman donors. The Student Philanthropy Initiative is responsible for the annual Thank-A-Donor event, where students have the opportunity to thank donors personally. We are looking for bright, creative students who are passionate about Chapman and are grateful for their Chapman experience. Applications for next year's leadership will be available until Friday, April 22nd at 5 p.m. General Committee Member applications will remain open.

As a member of the Student Philanthropy Initiative, you will be responsible for:
- Supporting the objectives and mission of the initiative.
- Creating a culture of gratitude for our Chapman donors.
- Attending both fall and spring retreats.
- Attend regular committee meetings. (Every other week)
- Assist in planning and participating in Thank-A-Donor, as well as come up with creative ways we can educate students.

Questions? Please, contact Sarah Buckley,alumni engagement coordinator, at sbuckley@chapman.edu or 714-744-2184.

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. Class Year/Expected Graduation (ex. 2016)

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* 4. Chapman Email Address (Please make sure to include @mail.chapman.edu)

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* 5. Cell Phone Number

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* 6. Major(s)

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* 7. Minor(s)

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* 8. How did you hear about the Student Philanthropy Initiative?

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* 9. What positions are you most interested in? (Please, mark all that you are interested in.)

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* 10. If you are applying for a position other than a general committee member, please tell us why you would be a good fit for that position.

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* 11. Please list any school activities and/or other commitments you will have during this upcoming school year. Include activity/organization, hours per week and dates.

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