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Student researchers available for Greater Minnesota

Are you, your organization, or your town working on economic development, sustainable agriculture and local foods, human capital development, inclusion, the environment, natural resources, clean energy, tourism, or resilient communities? With so many items listed, the answer has to be "yes."

Be excited because University of Minnesota's Community Assistance Program announced its call for applications to have student researchers support your work in Greater Minnesota.

The grant allows rural communities to hire a student to work on a project defined by the community during the summer of 2015.

Applications are due March 15.

For more information and to apply, see this page.

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