Available Grants in Global Understanding and Peacemaking
The purpose of the IGO/NGO Summer Internship Financial Support Program is to provide financial assistance to two rising junior (current sophomore) and one rising senior (current junior) student at Elizabethtown College, who will participate in an international internship program in the summer at an Intergovernmental Organization (IGO) or Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) that contributes to their educational goals.
The Paul M. Grubb Jr. Student Peace Award is an annual award offered by the Elizabethtown College Alumni Peace Fellowship to aid Elizabethtown students in spreading peace and justice to the larger world. The winner receives $2,000 to help him or her to implement a research or service project focused on peace and justice objectives.
The Eugene P. Clemens Award is annually given to a student who has demonstrated, by speech or actions, the promotion of peace, tolerance or social justice on campus or in their community.
The Young Center Fund for Student-Faculty Research in Conflict Resolution and Ecumenical Studies supports qualified students in performing research with faculty in areas of conflict resolution and ecumenical studies at Elizabethtown College.
The Dale W. Brown endowment supports educational experiences on nonviolent action, participatory projects where students and faculty engage in acts of conscience and nonviolent action, and on-campus activities focused on nonviolence and the consequences of war.
The Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking invites proposals for curriculum enhancement grants in the areas of global understanding or peacemaking. Proposals should specify how the grant will lead to the development of either entirely new courses, revised content within existing courses, or co-curricular programming to enhance the educational experience.
The Mary Dilling Herr Peace Fund may be used for residencies, programs, lectures, and other activities of the Elizabethtown College Alumni Peace Fellowship.
The Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers over 500 awards annually in 46 disciplines through the US Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Recipients can spend two to twelve months teaching and/or conducting research in one of over 125 countries worldwide.