The Provost’s office is responsible for overseeing several processes that are supported by online forms. These forms are available at certain times for Middlebury faculty, students and staff. For additional information about these processes please see the following website:
If you have any questions specifically about this form please contact Lisa LaRose at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete this form for any Middlebury/MIIS-sponsored (funded, credited, supported, represented) program eight weeks before committing to the program.
- If a request is approved, it is approved under the conditions at the time of approval. If a (new) travel advisory is issued or the security situation changes, the proposal must be reconsidered.
- Individuals must be legally authorized to work in the country where they will be employed, as well as have the proper immigration status. For non-citizens, this usually includes a work visa sponsored by a host country employer. If the proposal includes any hires (current Middlebury/MIIS personnel as well as new hires) who will be working and getting paid for their work abroad, you must contact Middlebury HR at email@example.com, with a copy to Global Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss a viable staffing option.
Middlebury is pleased to be a participating member of Projects for Peace, a program that honors Kathryn Wasserman Davis, a noted philanthropist who was interested in finding new ways to advance world peace.
Undergraduate students at more than 90 college campuses across the United States, including Middlebury, are eligible to design and submit proposals that serve local, domestic or global communities and address the goal of improving the prospects for peace in the 21st century.
The top submissions from the participating campuses, including at least one from Middlebury, will receive $10,000 in funding to initiate projects anywhere in the world during the summer of that year.
Projects for Peace has very specific guidelines for content and formatting which can be found here. Please read instructions carefully.
Applicants are encouraged to become familiar with the Funding Guidelines before completing the application.
If you are having any difficulty submitting the online application, please contact Lisa LaRose at email@example.com.
As noted in the guidelines, you will be asked to submit the following as one PDF.
1. Project Proposal - Your project proposal should contain a rationale for the project, plans for development and execution, the desired impact, and the benchmarks for success. Project proposals must not exceed two pages in length.
2. Detailed Budget - The budget should include revenue estimates if applicable, as well as have costs, estimated or otherwise, for materials and any other anticipated expenditure. Your budget line items should be as specific as possible. Your budget should be one page or less.
3. Reference Letters (Optional) - If other programs or departments within the Middlebury community are collaborating on your project, we ask that you submit letters from them indicating their intent to participate in the project if funded.
Please complete this form to request CT funding for a project in the Schools Abroad.