Projects for Peace
Projects for Peace is an opportunity for Princeton undergraduates to design their own grassroots peace project that they themselves will implement in the summer. After a competitive on campus process selected projects with then be forwarded to the national office for review. Selected projects will $10,000 each for implementation. The Princeton University Projects for Peace competition is coordinated by the Pace Center for Civic Engagement.
Projects for Peace is made possible by Kathryn W. Davis, a lifelong internationalist and philanthropist. She believes that today’s youth — tomorrow’s leaders — ought to be challenged to formulate and test their own ideas.
To learn more, visit the Projects for Peace website.
For deadlines and information on how to apply, visit our Application Information page.