Peer2Peer Grant Application
NCAA CHOICES Grant Peer2Peer Program Grant Application
As a part of the California Lutheran University grant from the NCAA for the CHOICES program regarding college student alcohol use, traditional undergraduate students may apply for funding to facilitate peer led programs or events of an educational nature for their fellow students. Program grants will be awarded in amounts up to $250.00 per event. Below are listed the parameters for events, as well as the necessary application. For more information, contact Sally Lorentson at email@example.com.
Goals of the NCAA CHOICES Grant at California Lutheran University:
- Provide programmatic opportunities for traditional undergraduate students to discuss and engage in learning opportunities regarding their choices, alcohol use, and the general student culture regarding drinking. Heighten awareness among students regarding responsible choices, resources, and peer norms.
- Facilitate target programs intended to reach student subpopulations at higher risks for risky drinking behaviors, including but not limited to first year students, student leadership groups, student athletes (intramural and intercollegiate) and residential students.
- Establish opportunities for students to provide education and events for their peers through program grants that encourage active student participation in the educational process and program implementation.
Goals of the Peer2Peer Program Grants:
- To provide a supportive environment, promoting responsible, individual choices about alcohol use.
- To provide CLU students with links to appropriate resources regarding alcohol safety, responsibility, use, and abuse.
- To reach particular target populations with individual events.
Requirements for Peer2Peer Program Grant Events:
Individuals who receive a Peer2Peer Program Grant must:
- Define the problems associated with alcohol use at CLU
- Create an event that adheres to the goals of the CHOICES Grant, and the Peer2Peer Program Grant goals.
- Identify specific objectives (things you want to accomplish) for the event that include how you will teach your peers about alcohol use and responsibility
- Identify a target population (such as first year students, student leaders, athletes, etc) and focus area for the event
- Seek to reach a minimum of 10 traditional undergraduate students
- Work with an advisor/mentor (see approved list) to develop the event and educational elements
- Review the NCAA CHOICES Guidebook for events, http://www.ncaa.org/wps/ncaa?ContentID=7984
- Provide an itemized budget for the event (see provided outline)
- Provide a detailed logistics plan for the event (see provided outline)
- Complete the reflection sheet after the event (within 2 weeks)
Questions? Please contact Sally Lorentson at firstname.lastname@example.org