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Get the latest information about Fall 2021 Repopulation and COVID-19. Before coming to campus, take the COVID-19 Daily Screening.

Scholar Eligibility

In order to be eligible for the program, students must meet the following qualifications:

  • Maintain a minimum average GPA of 3.5 and be enrolled in at least 12 units
  • Have an unmet financial aid need of at least $2,400

In addition to these qualifications, applicants must be able to complete the following program requirements:

  • Enroll in, attend, and complete requirements of the SIS Community Service 101 course.  More information on the course will be provided when students are hired.
  • Meet service requirements and complete a minimum of 90 hours of service each semester with a designated service organization (all available positions will be listed below).

Apply to Be a Scholar in Service   

We have a limited number of positions available for the 2020-21 academic year.   Review the job descriptions below. Complete the program application by downloading the form, completing and submitting it via email to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.

Open Positions

Student Coordinator: Bulldog Pantry Position(s)

Food Distribution: Every Neighborhood Partnership Position(s)

Organizational Support: Every Neighborhood Partnership Position(s)

Social Media Coordinator: Wesley United Methodist Church Position(s)

Family Outreach Coordinator: Wesley United Methodist Church Position(s)

After School Intervention Support: Washington Union High School Position(s)

Acts of Kindness Lead Volunteer: Habitat for Humanity Position(s)

Program Educator: Reading and Beyond Position(s)

Please direct questions to the Richter Center by calling 559.278.7079 or by emailing