How to Apply
All applicants must submit the following online:
1) Cover Page: Organization contact information and contact person information.
2) Overview: Provide a summary of the initiative describing what it does, what it has achieved, how much it costs to run, and why it is exemplary. Summary must be no longer than 500 words.
3) Narrative: The narrative must address each of the selection criteria (significance, impact, and influence), responding where appropriate to the questions under each criterion. Discussion of each of the three selection criteria should be a maximum of 850 words.
4) References: Provide contact information for three (3) persons willing to serve as references. References should know the applicant's work well and cannot be employed by the applicant. Briefly describe the relationship of each to the program and how they are familiar with it. Maximum: 75 words per reference.
The following is optional:
5) Supporting Materials: Applicants have the option of submitting one (1) additional item that helps describe their work and its impact. Items that require extensive review time are strongly discouraged. If the item cannot be submitted online with the application, it should be clearly labeled with the applicant's name and a contact number and/or email address and mailed to The E Pluribus Unum Prizes, National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, Migration Policy Institute, 1400 16th Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC, 20036.
Please note: Supporting materials will not be returned.
Thank you for your interest in the E Pluribus Unum Prizes. If you have questions about the Prizes program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions about the awards? Please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
The Migration Policy Institute reserves the right to use information submitted by applicants for awards program-related publicity and for research purposes unless the applicant requests otherwise.