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Step 1: Review the SPIF Orientation and complete the SPIF Application Form. The SPIF Orientation is a Power Point presentation which outlines program changes and requirements. The 2014 online SPIF Application Form is available via a link at the end of the SPIF Orientation and is due December 20, 2013
Step 2: Secure a SPIF eligible position for the summer of 2014 and apply for supplemental funding.
Step 3: Notify the SPIF Office of your summer 2014 plan:
Step 4: Have your employer complete and submit the Employer Response Form by March 31, 2014. We will create awards past the deadline but your check will be delayed. Please contact us directly with questions.
Step 5: In early April you will receive notification of your SPIF award and will be directed to review a Power Point presentation with further details regarding the requirements of the program. Additionally, at that point you will need to drop off a voided check and completed Direct Deposit Form at our office so we can attempt to have your award direct deposited (Note, for tax purposes we cannot have the awards of non-US residents who are working internationally direct deposited).
Step 6: Stipend checks will be available or direct deposited in early May for those students who have completed the above steps by March 31, 2014. We are only able to request stipend checks ONCE A MONTH, so while you will remain eligible for SPIF there will be a delay in the disbursement of funding for those students who miss these deadlines. Contact the SPIF Office directly for details.
Step 7: Throughout the summer students should keep careful records of their weekly hours. We have a created an OPTIONAL Excel Time Card students can use to record their time throughout the summer. The Excel sheet is for your personal record keeping ONLY and will not be accepted in lieu of or as an attachment to the Supervisor Evaluation and Time Log due on September 12th.
Step 8: At the completion of your SPIF placement you will need to do the following:
** Failure to complete Step 8 by September 12, 2014 will result in the forfeiture of your SPIF eligibility and your student bill will be charged for the entirety of your SPIF award. **
REMINDER: 1Ls must work 4 hours on the Public Interest Auction fundraising initiative to qualify for funding. If you have questions regarding the Auction please email Isabel Broer, Management Chair of the Auction.
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