Paul M. Grubb, Jr., Student Peace Award
The Paul M. Grubb Jr. Student Peace Award is an annual award offered by the Elizabethtown College Alumni Peace Fellowship to aid students in spreading peace and justice to the larger world.
To be eligible for this award, you must create a proposal for a service or research project focused on peace and justice objectives. The winner will receive a $1,000 grant to help him or her accomplish their goals.
- Take time to think through your proposal with care.
- Highest consideration will be given to those showing evidence of thought, clarity, and specificity.
- Avoid vague generalizations.
- A winning application could mean a pivotal experience in your life. The more you put into it, the greater the return.
For advice on the your proposal you may wish to contact:
- Michael Long, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies - firstname.lastname@example.org, 717-361-1240
- Jonathan Rudy, Global Peacemaking Scholar-in-Residence - email@example.com, 717-361-1995
You may wish to consult other sources of ideas for your project. Here are some websites that may be helpful to you:
- The Peace and Collaborative Development Network - www.internationalpeaceandconflict.org
- New Community Project - www.newcommunityproject.org
- Volunteers for Peace - www.vfp.org
- The Carter Center - www.cartercenter.org
- The Nonviolent Peace Force - www.nonviolentpeaceforce.org
- Christian Peacemaker Teams [Canada] - www.cpt.org/taxonomy/term/30
- Peace Brigades International - www.peacebrigades.org