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Davis Projects for Peace
How would you like to receive up to $10,000 for designing and carrying out a grassroots project during the summer of 2018—anywhere in the world—to promote peace and address the root causes of conflict among peoples?
Interested students should consider applying for a grant through Davis Projects for Peace program, run by the Davis Foundation headquartered at Middlebury College in Vermont.
You can apply by yourself or in collaboration with other Lake Forest College students.
You are eligible to apply for the Projects for Peace grant if you are:
- A student at Lake Forest in good standing (including those who will have graduated by Summer 2018)
- Passionate about building cultural understanding
- Eager to experience and understand other cultures
Here are five things you need to know
1. Full information about the Davis Projects for Peace program, including examples of other winning projects and application guidelines, can be found at the Davis Foundation website.
2. The on-campus deadline for applications is January 26, 2018. Applications should include a proposal and budget (see information on this page regarding proposal requirements - it is the 6th question down.)
3. Applications materials should be submitted electronically via our SmartSheet Application.
4. Recommendations for the winning proposal will be made by mid February, by an on-campus selection committee of faculty members and former grant recipients. Final decision regarding the winning proposal will be made by the Davis Foundation by mid-March 2018.
5. The on-campus person to contact for advice and other questions regarding this program is Ashley Sinclair, Director of Off-Campus Programs, ext. 5231, or email@example.com.
Past Lake Forest College projects
2016: Clean Water for the Q’eros in Peru
2015: PEACEats: Promoting Peace through Food in India
2014: The Start of Illukhena Revolution - A Step Towards its Growth in Sri Lanka
2013: Senuyaa: To Purify in Guinea
2012: Likusasa - “The Future” in Swaziland
2011: Youzhitupin (Green Diet) in China
2010: The Uncovered Artistry Project in the U.S.
2008: A Chicken Farm for Self-Sustainability in Bolivia
2007: Nepal Project in Nepal
Other projects can be found here.