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Type: Foundations
Deadline: Oct 03, 2016

Eligibility

Any organization or legal entity, except for government agencies, can apply, subject to eligibility rules. Individuals cannot apply. Refer to the Eligibility requirements in the Rules. To begin the application process, first register.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Sep 30, 2016

Eligibility

Research grants will be made to faculty or graduate students at accredited universities in the United States. An affiliation with Stanford is preferred, but not required. Transnational research teams must apply for funding to a U.S.-based university. Priority will be given to research projects with either a demonstrated commitment to practical applications in the social sector or those that clearly articulate a plan to turn their research into practical knowledge. Innovation grants will be made to 501(c)(3) organizations in the United States or transnational/cross-sector teams that include a 501(c)(3) that can serve as the grant recipient and fiscal manager. Priority for these grants will be to teams that include more than one organization and that have a clear plan for sharing what they learn or produce.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Oct 01, 2016

Eligibility

- Grant awards are up to $25,000 for grades 6-12 and up to $50,000 for colleges and universities - Returning awardees may reapply if all prior grant requirements are completed  Fill out the online application form by clicking on the "Apply Now" button on the website Identify a project that reaches at least 100 students and aligns with the Constellation Energy to Educate Innovation Themes: Energy in Transportation  What will the future of transportation look like? From electrification to compressed natural gas, new technologies are fueling us into the future.  Sample topics: Electric Vehicles, Electric Charging Infrastructure, Compressed Natural Gas Stations Backyard Generation  Could your next home improvement project be generating your own energy? More and more, decentralized energy generation is improving efficiency and resilience.  Sample topics: Fuel Cells, Battery Technology, Community Solar, Advanced Nuclear Reactors Zero Waste  What if we could harness energy that would otherwise be wasted? The recycling movement is catching on in energy thanks to innovative technologies.  Sample topics: Waste to Energy, Combined Cycle, Biomass, Energy Storage
Type: Federal
Deadline: Oct 06, 2016

Eligibility

An applicant must be a State, Local Government, or Tribal Government.
Type: Federal
Deadline: Sep 22, 2016

Eligibility

State educational agencies (SEAs) as defined in section 9101(41) of the ESEA, as amended by NCLB, and consortia of such SEAs.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Oct 15, 2016

Eligibility

All applicants must be current members of the National Education Association. With the exception of study groups, applicants may not use grant funds to pay themselves stipends. Funds may not be used for lobbying or religious purposes. Identical applications will not be considered.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Sep 30, 2016

Eligibility

Type: Foundations
Deadline: Sep 30, 2016

Eligibility

preK-12 certified teachers
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Nov 01, 2017

Eligibility

The Foundations award grants to 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations and institutions whose work aligns with our philanthropic guidelines. (We do not provide grants to individuals.) Grantee organizations must be based in and operate within the United States. Institutional quality and leadership are key criteria for all grants.
Type: Federal
Deadline: Sep 06, 2016

Eligibility

Who May Apply: Eligible organizations include: Nonprofit organizations that meet the definition of a nonprofit under 34 CFR 77.1(c), which may include a faith-based nonprofit organization; Institutions of higher education as defined by section 101(a) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended; and Indian tribes. Eligibility for purposes of Absolute Priority 3 (Promise Neighborhoods in Tribal Communities): An eligible applicant is an eligible organizations that partners with an Indian Tribe, or is an Indian Tribe that meets the definition of an eligible organization. To be eligible for an award, an eligible organization must: Operate or propose to work with and involve in carrying out its proposed project, in coordination with the school’s LEA, at least one public elementary or secondary school that is located within the identified geographic area that the grant will serve; Currently provide at least one of the solutions from the applicant's proposed continuum of solutions in the geographic area proposed to be served; and Be representative of the geographic area proposed to be served. This means that residents of the geographic area have an active role in decision-making and that at least one-third of the entity's governing board or advisory board is made up of: residents who live in the geographic area proposed to be served; residents of the city or county in which the neighborhood is located who are low-income; public officials who serve the geographic area proposed to be served (although not more than one-half of the governing board or advisory board may be made up of public officials); or some combination of individuals from these three groups.