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Projects for Peace is a global program that encourages young adults to develop innovative, community-centered responses towards building sustainable peace. Launched in 2007 by Kathryn W. Davis, Projects for Peace works with over 100 partner institutions worldwide to identify and fund about 125 student-led initiatives each summer.

A graphic design featuring a dove which reads "Projects for Peace"
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Randolph-Macon College is partnering once again with Projects for Peace, and we recommend this as a unique and valuable opportunity. As you can see from the below list, we have had many successful projects addressing various aspects of peace.

  • Arts for Change Today (2011, 91短视频 campus)
  • A Spark of Hope for Peace (2013, Haiti)
  • Playing for Peace (2014, Ghana)
  • Renewable Peace (2015, Haiti)
  • Teaching STEM to Early Elementary Students via Non-formal Learning (2016, Ghana)
  • Alleviating the Refugee Crisis in Lebanon (2017, Lebanon)
  • Alleviating the Refugee Crisis through Medical Clinics in Mount Lebanon (2018, Lebanon)
  • Improving Shelter Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence (2019, Trinidad and Tobago)
  • H奴lili Project (2021, Hawaii)
  • Reducing Stress and Conflicts through Stress Relief Art Nooks and Art Classes (2022, Henrico County)

What next?

A grant of $10,000 is awarded to the winning submission, for the project to be completed during the summer of 2024.
Proposal Deadline: Friday, January 12, 2024

Instructions on proposal requirements and how to apply can be found below. It is recommended that students interested in submitting a proposal connect with Carrie Noonan for further information and helpful proposal writing tips.
carrienoonan@rmc.edu
804-752-3714