Volunteers are a vital aspect of the B.A. Rudolph Foundation. We pride ourselves as being more than a nonprofit, but a family. We know our supporters and scholars personally, and ensure they have ample opportunity to know each other. We rely on volunteers to help us carry out our mission. Join us today in championing the educational and professional development of women, for whom a small amount of support could make a significant difference.
Currently, the B.A. Rudolph Foundation has the following committees: the Breaking Barriers Host Committee, Clinton School Review Team for the B.A. Rudolph Scholarship at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, and the Application Review Committees (ARC) for summer internship scholarships (undergraduate public service, graduate public service, and STEM scholarships). Each committee is seasonal and comprised of friends of the Foundation who want to be involved in behind-the-scenes processes of the Foundation.
Breaking Barriers Host Committee
The B.A. Rudolph Foundation hosts an annual benefit in November called Breaking Barriers (formerly known as Pathways to Public Service). The event serves to increase engagement of current friends of the Foundation, introduce ourselves to those not previously involved with us, and is the year’s primary fundraiser. In order to reach our fundraising goal, we have created a Host Committee. Each committee member invites friends and colleagues to attend the event and asks them to consider contributing to the Foundation.
If you are interested in serving on the Host Committee, please contact Mary Bruce at Mary@BARudolphFoundation.org.2018 Host Committee Description
We thank our 2015, 2016, and 2017 Host Committee members:
Charlie and Lucy Cook
Billy Moore and Deb Horan
Mike Wroblewski and Phil Karsting
Katherine and Joe McLean
Walter and Pat Moore
Kevin and Stephanie Nealer
Suzanne and Francisco Palmieri
Summer Scholarships: Application Review Committee (ARC)
The Application Review Committee (ARC) evaluates students’ applications for each of our three internship scholarships: Undergraduate Public Service, Graduate Public Service and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). Each member has experience in a related field. You may request to review applications for a specific scholarship, and we will do the best we can to accommodate you but make no guarantees. Reviewers will be assigned to a team, with each team being responsible for reviewing no more than 20 applications. We form multiple ARC teams each year, according to the anticipated number of applications we will receive. The time commitment is no more than 18 hours, mostly over a two-week period during the months of March and/or April.
If you are interested in serving on an ARC, please contact Kristen Hecht at Kristen@BARudolphFoundation.org.
Undergraduate Public Service ARC members: access and review scholarship applications by logging in to the portal below.Undergraduate Public Service ARC Portal
Graduate Public Service ARC members: access and review scholarship applications by logging in to the portal below.Graduate Public Service ARC Portal
STEM ARC members: access and review scholarship applications by logging in to the portal below.STEM ARC Portal
Clinton School Review Team
The Clinton School Review Team evaluates student applications for the B.A. Rudolph Scholarship at the Clinton School of Public Service. The application review process takes place from March 1-20 annually.
Clinton School Review Team members: access and review scholarship applications by logging in to the portal below.Clinton School Review Portal