• Applicants must have implemented a Project for Peace any time in the history of the program. The applicant's name must appear on the approved final report submitted at the conclusion of their Projects for Peace grant.
• Applicants must be nominated by the educational institution which supported their Project for Peace. No direct-apply or "at-large" applications will be accepted.
• Educational institutions nominating applicants need not be current Projects for Peace partners but must have been a partner institution in the past.
TO NOTE: The Dickey Center is solely responsible for collecting & reviewing applications and nominating our institution's applicant choice to the Davis Projects for Peace Alumni organization. Middlebury College, home of the Davis Projects for Peace headquarters will narrow down to a short list of finalists and will select and announce one award recipient. Funds will be disbursed directly by Middlebury to the award recipient.
For the past 30 years, Seeds of Peace has been the leading organization working with youth in areas of conflict around the world. Through our research-tested programs of dialogue, leadership development and community action, we are helping new generations of youth to imagine and build a more just and peaceful future in their societies around the world.