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Type: Foundations
Deadline: Aug 11, 2016

Eligibility

Applicants can be doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows or faculty who received their Ph.D. on or after August 31, 2009. We are particularly interested in promoting racial/ethnic, gender and disciplinary diversity and strongly encourage applications from scholars who are underrepresented in the social sciences.
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: Federal
Deadline: Aug 26, 2016

Eligibility

In order to be considered eligible for this funding opportunity, all of the following criteria must be met: •Applicants must be an official health entity of a federally recognized American Indian or Alaska Native Tribe and be eligible for public health accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). For more information on Tribal eligibility for public health accreditation, please visit here. •Applicants must have a commitment to pursuing public health accreditation. Applications related to the pursuit of healthcare accreditations such as AAAHC, JCAHO or CARF are not appropriate for this funding opportunity and will be disqualified.
Type: Federal
Deadline: Aug 25, 2016

Eligibility

To be eligible for this “New Limited competition Announcement”, an applicant must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity who meets the following criteria: Eligible applicants that can apply for this funding opportunity are national Indian organizations. The national Indian organizations must have the infrastructure in place to accomplish the work under the proposed program. Eligible entities must have demonstrated expertise in the following areas: •Representing all Tribal governments and providing a variety of services to Tribes, area health boards, Tribal organizations, and Federal agencies, and playing a major role in focusing attention on Indian health care needs, resulting in improved health outcomes for AI/ANs. •Promoting and supporting Indian health care education and coordinating efforts to inform AI/AN of Federal decisions that affect Tribal government interests including the improvement of Indian health care. •Administering national health policy and health programs. •Maintaining a national AI/AN constituency and clearly supporting critical services and activities within the IHS mission of improving the quality of health care for AI/AN people. •Supporting improved health care in Indian Country. •Providing education and outreach on a national scale (the applicant must provide evidence of at least ten years of experience in this area).
Type: Federal
Deadline: Aug 22, 2016

Eligibility

A public agency (other than a State educational agency or a school board) or a private, non-profit organization.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Sep 30, 2016

Eligibility

Type: Foundations
Deadline: Sep 30, 2016

Eligibility

preK-12 certified teachers
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Aug 25, 2016

Eligibility

Eligible Applicants: Eligible applicants are: (a) Nonprofit organizations as defined in 2 CFR 200.70; (b) Public or private institutions of higher education as defined in section 101 of the Higher Education Act of 1965; (c) States, Local Governments, and Tribal Governments; (d) Consortia of the above entities; or (e) Partnerships/consortia of the above entities and a for-profit organization. For-profit organizations may not serve as the applicant or Fiscal Agent for the grant.
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.