Community Engagement & Service

Eagle Endowment Council

The Eagle Endowment: Moving Ideas Into Action

The Eagle Endowment for Public and Community Service is a unique, student-led effort providing grants to students. The very first initiative of its kind, the endowment awards grants up to $1,000 to students and student groups demonstrating a need for the initial resources to propel an original idea that focuses on providing high quality community service in the DC area into action. We then continue working with the recipient to turn their action into service by providing education and an alumni/professionals network to help maintain success in their venture.

Council members will assist with promoting each grant cycle, reviewing and interviewing applicants, fundraising to maintain funds granted out and assist with event planning activities. Undergraduate, graduate, and Washington College of Law students are all encouraged to apply for a position. A Council with a diverse background will only strengthen the mission of the Eagle Endowment in providing grants and educating the University community through service.


Natalie Doreus

Endowment Coordinator

Welcome to the Eagle Endowment Council page!
Natalie is a first year graduate student in the School of Public  Affairs. 
She graduated for the University of South Florida  in 2014 where she 
was very involved in community service initiatives. Natalie is pursuing 
a career in Law and Criminology, with future ambitions to litigate on 
behalf of vulnerable communities.  

Hometown: Temple Terrace, FL
Year of Graduation: 2016
Major: MS - Justice, Law, and Criminology

Join the Council!

Send your resume and cover letter explaining your reason for applying and what skills you feel you will bring to Eagle Endowment to or contact the office at (202) 885-7378.