The Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) is for current Illinois Wesleyan MALANA (Multiracial, African-American, Latino-Hispanic, Asian-American and Native American) and International students. The program focuses on three major areas: academic, professional and personal growth. As participants of the program, students have a paid internship, learn from formal training workshops and work on a summer-long project servicing the Bloomington-Normal community. These activities are designed to enhance the students' team building and leadership skills. Consequently, those who successfully complete the program will be awarded a scholarship ($1,000).

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Projects from 2012

Long Way to Go: History of Illinois Wesleyan's Diversity, Jennifer Burns 2015, Wivine Ngongo 2014, Alejandro Mancera 2015, Dwayne Howard 2013, Janette Abbasi 2014, Teresa Banks 2013, Jasmin Cole 2013, Jiwon Lee 2014, Jonathan McBride 2015, Melissa Ramirez 2014, and Ian Stewart 2015

Projects from 2005

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African Student Association (ASA), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University

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Black Men in Action (BMIA), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University

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Black Student Union (BSU), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University

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Illinois Wesleyan University Pride Alliance (IWUPA), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University

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International Society (I-Society), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University

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Sisters Actively Visualizing Vitality Through Intellect (SAVVI), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University

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South Asian Students Association (SASA), 2005 SEP Students, Illinois Wesleyan University