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WISE GENERAL INFORMATION AND FAQ

WISE Spring 2021 Application Due Date:  February 16, 2021   |    WISE ePortfolio Spring 2021 Due Date:  April 19, 2021

Click here for Instructions and FAQ's about WISE

Click here for Instructions about Digication (the ePortfolio system)

Important Note for Spring 2021:  Woodbury University is not endorsing in-person WISE activities at this time due to  COVID-19 risks and therefore cannot provide WISE scholarships for in-person experiences without a signed waiver that the organization with which a student is working is adhering to LA County COVID-10 health and safety protocols.
If engaged in an in-person activity or experience, students must complete the “Internship / Work Experience Employer Acknowledgement and Acceptance of County COVID-19 Health & Safety Protocols” form and submit it to the Career Services Coordinator, Internship/Work Experience Coordinator, School Outreach Director, or the Chair or Coordinator of program before participating in WISE.

WISE | WOODBURY INTEGRATED STUDENT EXPERIENCE

WISE is made up of four components which provide opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in high impact practices and earn up to two $1,000 tuition scholarships. These experiences lead to highly impactful learning and help with tuition costs! The four components are:

  • Civic Engagement
  • Study Away
  • Internship or Work Experience
  • Leadership

To be eligible for the WISE Tuition Scholarship a student must:

  1. be an undergraduate student who is enrolled full-time;
  2. complete a minimum of:
    • thirty (30) units, if student entered WU as a freshman
    • fifteen (15) units earned at WU and thirty (30) units total, if student entered WU as a transfer student
  3. maintain a minimum cumulative collegiate GPA of 2.75.
  4. have begun as a student at WU in Fall 2015 or after.
  5. have at least one more semester after participating in a WISE-approved curricular or co-curricular activity before graduating.

Work Experience / Internship

Virtual Civic Engagement and Internship/Work Experience Opportunities

Time spent in virtual civic engagement and/or internship or work experiences must be 20 hours total or more to be eligible for WISE.

Catchafire.org (Students can limit by skill or discipline. One hour volunteer opportunities are acceptable but must total to at least 20 hours or more)

UN Online Volunteering

Amnesty Decoders

Volunteermatch.org Virtual Volunteering

Bookshare – Proofreading scanned files only because it is remote

Los Angeles Team Mentoring - LATM's e-Works Online Mentoring program could be a civic engagement or leadership opportunity.