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Applied Materials Foundation Education Initiative

Type: Foundations
Source: Applied Materials Foundation
Program: Applied Materials Foundation Education Initiative
Eligibility: Organizations that are 501(c)(3) tax exempt and schools in
communities where Applied Materials does business. 
Purpose:
Education inspires young minds, opens new doors and paves the
way to more promising futures. At Applied Materials, we recognize
that many communities and schools lack the resources and programs
required to prepare their students for meaningful careers. For this
reason, the majority of our K-12 education grants are directed to
neighborhoods with the greatest need.



Specific Criteria for Education Grants



Applied Materials has a special interest in funding education
grant proposals that:



-Benefit students in grades K-12

-Focus on traditional skills such as reading, writing, math,
science and technology, and other subjects that prepare young
people for entering the workforce

-Address critical education needs through innovative
approaches to learning

-Expand existing efforts in order to reach more students or a
wider geographic area

-Actively partner with other nonprofit groups to create,
implement or evaluate shared programs

-Offer opportunities for employee engagement

-Address community needs in North America sites where Applied
Materials does business

Deadline: Rolling
Quantity: Unknown
Additional
Information
:
Applied Materials and the Foundation will review grant requests
semi-annually, with the deadlines of January 15 and June 15.


For additional information, please email
community_affairs@amat.com or
applied_materials_foundation@amat.com. 

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