Student organization awarded two grants
The Counseling and Addiction Studies Association (CASSA) has been awarded two grants from the Michigan Counseling Association (MCA), each for $500. The Graduate Student Counseling Partnership Grant and the Graduate Student Counseling Start-up Grant were awarded to CASSA based on its mission, dedicated to community service, professional development and enhancement of the academic experience, along with its desire to partner with other graduate student associations. The application, prepared by the CASSA leadership team and written by President-elect Timothy Granzotto, was originally intended for the Partnership Grant only. However, upon review of the application, the MCA determined that CASSA should also be awarded the Start-up Grant. Granzotto accepted the awards on October 11, 2004, at the MCA Conference in Detroit.
For more information on these grants, visit the MCA web site.