In order to give the students hands-on experience with program development and grant writing, they are asked to partner with an NGO to design a prevention program and write up a grant to fund it. Students will then present their program designs to a panel of judges. Last year, five NGO’s participated in the competition and three judges from Egyptian foundations paneled the event. Stories on the winning project, Trash Into Cash, appeared in two newspapers, Daily News Egypt and Al Wafd, and the television program CBC Extra. Carie Forden, professor of psychology, also was invited to present a poster about the project at CLT’s Center for Learning and Teaching Day.