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Projects for Peace Timetable

Date Action
September 21, 2022 2022 Cohort Final Project Reports due to Projects for Peace headquarters. 
Campus liaisons support grantees in the completion of report elements (narrative, budget, photos) and ensure submission according to Projects for Peace guidance. Note: Once submitted, it is not possible to revise or delete a final project report.
Fall 2022 Campus liaison coordinates with school leadership to: 
- Establish selection process and campus-specific criteria and/or procedures. 
- Promote opportunity among students, including inviting previous grantees to share their experience and mentor interested applicants. 
- Determine membership of campus selection committee. 
September 30, 2022 Annual invitation for participation.
October 21, 2022 2023 Participation Agreement form due to Projects for Peace headquarters. 
 
December 2022/January 2023 Student proposals submitted to campus liaison and assessed by campus selection committee. One winner and one alternate are selected.
February 6, 2023 Winning proposal and nominated alternate due to Projects for Peace headquarters.
 
March 6, 2023 Campus liaisons notified of preliminary decisions by Projects for Peace.
March 25, 2023 Project Funding Agreements due to Projects for Peace headquarters.
- Participating Institution Funding  Agreement.
- Participating Student Funding Agreement (one from each student required).
April 3, 2023 2023 Projects for Peace final cohort announced.
April 2023 Grant funds disbursed to partner institutions by electronic transfer.
Summer 2023 Implementation of Projects for Peace
September 22, 2023 2023 Cohort Final Project Reports due to Projects for Peace headquarters.
 Campus liaisons support grantees in the completion of report elements (narrative, budget, photos) and ensure submission according to Projects for Peace guidance. Note: Once submitted, it is not possible to revise or delete a final project report.
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