Deadline: May 05, 2017
EligibilityAny individual at least eighteen (18) years old who meets one of the following criteria: Currently attending high school (or equivalent) and will be attending an accredited university or college in the next academic year Currently attending an accredited university or college (undergraduate and graduate students are both eligible)
Deadline: Apr 11, 2017
EligibilityLEAs or consortia of LEAs implementing a desegregation plan.
Deadline: Feb 06, 2017
EligibilitySee website for FAQs: http://ventureforamerica.org/become-a-fellow/is-vfa-for-me/
Deadline: Jun 23, 2017
EligibilityProposals must be submitted by principals who are currently members of NAESP and intend on renewing membership for the 2017–2018 school year. The schools must be located in either United States or Canada. Schools that received this grant in 2016 will not be eligible to apply for a 2017–2018 grant. Instead, we urge those school leaders to become judges and help score new proposals. Schools that won this grant between 2010 and 2015 may apply in 2017.
Deadline: Feb 08, 2017
EligibilityPrior recipients of a National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award (formerly, the Coming Up Taller Award) are not eligible for an award in 2017. National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards are given to organizations for a specific program or programs. In some cases, the organization and the program may be the same. Programs must meet all of the eligibility requirements below: Operate as a program for children and youth outside of the school day. Preschool, after-school, weekend, and summer programs, however, may have a school-based component or use school space. Multi-site initiatives that meet the criteria also are eligible; Use one or more disciplines of the arts or the humanities as the core content of its program(s); Concentrate on children and youth who live in family and community circumstances that limit their opportunities—underserved children and youth are the primary participants in the program; Involve children and youth as active participants in the arts or humanities experience; cultural programs in which children function only as an audience are not eligible for a National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award; Provide participants with ongoing, regularly scheduled sessions; one-time and occasional programs will not be considered; Integrate arts or humanities education programs with youth development goals (e.g., enhanced leadership skills, self-confidence, and peer relations); programs that concentrate only on preparing youth for an artistic or cultural career are not eligible for a National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award; Have been operational since January 2013 for a minimum of five years, including 2017; “operational” refers to the operational years of the specific program(s), not the organization’s years of operation, when submitting an application for a program or programs within an organization; Be a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, unit of state or local government, or federally recognized tribal community or tribe; and Be in good standing if a federal grant recipient.
Deadline: Mar 07, 2017
EligibilityThe Institute does not provide funds for projects that consist solely of program delivery or the provision of services to students. Activities supported by the Institute must be relevant to U.S. schools.
Deadline: Feb 24, 2017
EligibilityApplicants must be employed full-time as a Kindergarten-12th grade teacher at an elementary school, middle school, or high school in the United States. Participating schools must appear in the National Center for Education Statistics database (available at https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/). Applicants must also intend to continue teaching throughout the 2016-2017 school year. All applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent legal residents of the United States.
Deadline: Nov 01, 2017
EligibilityThe 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.
EligibilityCreated to support front-line educators who often do not have a voice in funding decisions, the Community Grants subsidize small, concrete projects, which will improve inner-city education in Boston (MA), Hartford (CT), Providence (RI), New York (NY), Orange County (CA) or Washington (DC), as well as London, England, within the coming year. The Foundation will generally consider grant applications monthly and award grants in an amount totaling not more than $2000 in any one month.