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Congratulations on deciding to apply to the Peace Innovators Scholarship and Mentoring Program! Please complete the following online form to apply for the 2021-2022 program. Applications are due by April 30, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.
Note: If you are applying as a team, only one form and one mentor needs to be provided for the both of you.
Note: This form cannot be saved while partially completed. Please give yourself the time to complete and submit this form in one sitting.
Note: In this form you will confirm that you can commit to attend the following: Kick-off Retreat (August 20-22, 2021), Fall Retreat (November 20, 2021), Peace Innovators Showcase (April 30, 2022)
What you will need before applying:
Participant one: name, pronouns, school, grade, address (city, province, postal code, country), phone number, email address, parent name, parent email address, parent phone number
(Optional) Participant two: name, pronouns, school, grade, address (city, province, postal code, country), phone number, email address, parent name, parent email address, parent phone number
Mentor: name, position/title, phone number, email
Please prepare responses to the following before starting this form:
Short answer (max. 100 words per response):
Why do you want to be part of this program?
What is the problem or issue in your community?
Long Answer (max. 250 words per response):
Tell us why you believe this is a problem and explain how you understand your role in addressing it.
How do you see this program as part of your life-long journey as a peace innovator?
The Peace Innovators Scholarship and mentoring program values equity, justice, integrity, responsibility, collaboration, failure and iteration as part of the learning process. Describe 3 of your personal values and how those inform your leadership and innovation.
In what other ways do you plan to be involved in your community next year? Please list your expected extracurricular commitments for the 2021-2022 school year.
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