How To Give

Jaynee' has twice received the Anita Maddox Jackson '80 and Everett Jackson Endowed Scholarship, and has built a special bond with UMBC alumn Anita Maddox Jackson, as they both are from the Eastern Shore and major(ed) in Health Policy at UMBC.
Jaynee’ has twice received the Anita Maddox Jackson ’80 and Everett Jackson Endowed Scholarship, and has built a special bond with UMBC alum Anita Maddox Jackson, as they both are from the Eastern Shore and majored in Health Policy at UMBC.
Ahmed Eissa, Nathan Rehr, and Valerie Parks 2012-2013 Jacob Blaustein Public Affairs Scholars in the Sondheim Scholarship Program.
Ahmed Eissa, Nathan Rehr, and Valerie Parks 2012-2013 Jacob Blaustein Public Affairs Scholars in the Sondheim Scholarship Program.

UMBC has a strong tradition of giving back to the community.  The Sondheim Public Affairs Scholarship program supports, inspires, and empowers talented undergraduates that want to do just that.  These students will address society’s most pressing problems, making a difference in the world, and continuing the legacy of Walter Sondheim, Jr. Supporting the next generation of leaders is important to UMBC.  Giving to the Sondheim Public Affairs Scholarship program helps ensures the continued academic success of our students, while contributing to the educational opportunities of future public servants and leaders of our community.

There are many ways for alumni and other supporters to give back to the Sondheim Public Affairs Scholarship Program, including mentoring current students, networking with soon-to-be graduates, sponsoring an internship, or speaking at a scholar seminar.

If you are interested in making a gift to support the Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars program, click here. For more information about making a contribution to UMBC, visit the Office of Institutional Advancement’s Giving webpage.