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Join the entire Blue Hen community to support the Biden School programs and causes you care about the most. Your gift of any amount makes a difference!
Check out the Biden School fundraising projects below on HenFunder, UD’s crowdfunding platform.
Thank you for supporting Biden School students today and always!
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The Biden School Dean's Fund supports the core mission of the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration by providing scholarships, student enrichment, academic innovations, faculty support, and facility and technology upgrades, empowering our Biden School students with the resources they need to advance democracy and the public good.
We aspire to provide every undergraduate student in the Biden School with a high-quality experiential opportunity that supports pursuing their career and life goals. Many students are unable to take full advantage of opportunities due to cost. This fund will support co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences, including field trips, professional development workshops, honors society dues, recruiting external speakers, stipends for unpaid internships, program-related supplies and more.
The Biden Institute's Summer of Service program provides students experiential learning opportunities and leadership skills with companies and organizations nationwide. These paid, virtual and/or in-person, career-focused, 8-10 week internships will provide students with hands-on experience in public policy, communications and advocacy with non-profit organizations and government agencies.
The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year! Show your love for IPA by funding career development opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students. IPA provides students with real-world experiences that prepare them for influential careers in public service leadership.
Every spring, the Biden School sends a group of UD students, regardless of major, to Washington, D.C., to live, intern, and take classes in our nation's capital. The cost of living in D.C. is high, and this fund will help support these civically engaged UD students defray expenses for their Spring Semester in D.C. experience.
Public Allies is the Biden School's AmeriCorps program. We are dedicated to a just and equitable society that includes all of us. This year, Allies will facilitate public conversations about racism and how to be anti-racist online, at community events and within nonprofit organizations. Your funding will allow resources to be distributed during these exchanges.
Help support the mission of KIDS COUNT in Delaware by making a positive difference in the lives of children and ensuring access to the most up-to-date and reliable data available on children. In the months and years ahead, state leaders will need continued access to relevant data to ensure decisions are objective and responsive to the needs of communities throughout the state, including those of our youngest generation.
The University of Delaware (UD) International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Student Chapter is FREE and open to all UD students interested in local government. Your gift will enable UD ICMA Student Chapter members to take a career trek to a local government in Delaware, tour a city hall/municipal facility, learn about the profession from seasoned local leaders and network with City Management Association of Delaware members.
The United Nations' Playing for the Planet Initiative estimates 3 Billion people play video games, which makes them a powerful venue to raise awareness about climate change and solutions. UD is hosting the first annual Climate Change Video Game design competition in Spring 2024, and your gift will support a student project to research how video games are used in climate education and to build modules that high school and college teachers can use to bring games into their climate classes!