SPI Scholarships and Fellowships

Please note:

Before requesting an application for either the SPI scholarship or the Winston Fellowship, you must have a fully completed SPI application on file with the SPI office, including payment of the $50 application fee.

Complete the SPI application, if you have not yet done so.

Matching Scholarships

SPI has a small scholarship fund available to help promising applicants attend an additional session of SPI.
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Partial Scholarships

This scholarship provides awardees with $500 towards training fees.
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Organization Mini-Grant

Organizations that send three or more people to SPI are eligible for a discount of 1/3 off of the training and materials fees for up to three people. Individuals must be paid for by the organization and the organization must request this discount when the individuals apply. This discount applies only to the training and materials fees, it does not apply to any needed lodging or transportation.

CJP Graduate Students Scholarship

If you are a newly admitted or currently enrolled CJP graduate student looking for assistance to attend SPI, check the scholarship and information listed at the bottom of the graduate program scholarship page here.

Additional Dedicated Scholarships

Alper Family Scholarship: all training fees and lodging for two sessions for an African or Asian participant 
CJP Alumni Scholarship: all training and materials fees for one session as well as weekday noon meal when class is in session for three CJP alumni who graduated two or more years ago.
Stoltzfus Scholarship: training fees and lodging for two sessions for international participant working to bridge global barriers of language and culture

Valley Friends Scholarship: all training fees and lodging for one session for someone whose work is rooted in the Quaker faith tradition.

Winston Fellowship

The Winston Fellowship will be awarded to one international or indigenous participant. This Fellowship is intended for an organization that seeks training for someone new to peacebuilding.
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