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COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITIES
Our Foundation seeks to conduct joint research and other collaborative projects with researchers at various major universities of the US and abroad.
We welcome the opportunity to partner with universities for the mutual benefit of students, professors, the Foundation, and society.
In particular, we are open to relationships that will enable the students and faculty to work with us on our projects and encourage an exchange of knowledge and expertise between the academic world and our Foundation.
We can collaborate on a project by an individual student or team of students whose primary purpose is learning. This can be a project as a proposed thesis that fulfills the requirements for a personal baccalaureate, Master’s degree, or PhD Dissertation. If the ARC Prospect project requires the team work of students whose primary purpose is to gain learning experiences, then this project may be funded through a fixed-price or cost-reimbursable. A low indirect cost rate (8% at present) is assessed on such projects. Students may be reimbursed for their work, but, generally, faculty who supervise the projects contribute their time. The contribution from the Foundation is used to defray expenses related to the project (e.g. materials, travel expenses). There is no contractual arrangement between the University and the Foundation.
The Foundation has interest in collaboration for the following reasons:
• Increasing ARC Prospect Foundation communal partnerships
• Seeking new possibilities in partnering with Universities
• Increasing the cultural, artistic and humanitarian dynamics of students and faculty
• Participating in the career development of students
• Integrating students’ academic studies and their work with the community
• Helping to develop personal, academic and work competencies
• Providing career-related experience
ARC Prospect seeks a shared vision with many faculties as collaborative acquaintances toward a common goal. We encourage the academic community to learn more about ARC Prospect’s mission, programs, and projects and to take advantage of this joint venture’s possibilities that will benefit many people and change this world. Contact the Foundation officer to arrange a meeting and discuss collaborations that most interest you and us.
ARC Prospect provides Professional Skill Development Workshops. Students can participate in our research programs and projects that will help them to gain new experience in the creative way of life. Our Foundation will help students to reach the next level in their career. All topics will be related to ARC Prospect Projects and Programs in the fields of theology, philosophy, history, literature, fine arts, and science. The most talented of the students can continue their life journey with our Foundation.
VOLUNTEER AT ARC PROSPECT
Volunteers are an integral part of the success of our Foundation’s activities and programs. The volunteers must be 16 years or older and can contribute their time and talents in a variety of ways at our Foundation. Students (high school and college level) are also welcome to volunteer at ARC Prospect for approved course credit or scholarship requirements.
Areas of opportunity include research, education, marketing, operations, events, and more. The volunteers will receive special benefits for their services. The Foundation seeks volunteers from all backgrounds. Contact us for more information.