Living in a Material World Grants
To help K-12 teachers bring the real world of materials science into their classrooms. “Living in a Material World” grants recognize creativity and enhance awareness of materials science and the role that materials play in society.
Game On Grants: BE Time
For schools to implement school/student/family-led physical activity and nutrition programs that provide more options for unstructured time at school to support the whole child
National Weather Association Sol Hirsch Education Fund Grant
To help improve the education of K-12 students in meteorology and related sciences.
To encourage middle and high school students to hone their leadership skills by completing a service-learning project that solves hunger or another community need involving a public nonprofit organization.
2018 $15K Grant Program
Increase literacy rates for children worldwide. Funding is intended to support nonprofits that have made a significant impact on increasing literacy throughout the world. FineReads is incredibly passionate about increasing literacy rates for children around the world. Through this initiative, FineReads hopes to raise awareness for this issue and reward those who are working to help make this world a better place for us all.
Teacher Award for Lifelong Readers & Maya Angelou Teacher Award for Poetry
Penguin Random House and NCTE announce a new partnership to recognize the nation's most dynamic and resourceful teachers who use their creativity to inspire and successfully instill a lifelong love of reading in students. Two teachers will be awarded $10,000 grants to help make their innovative reading programs possible. Maya Angelou Teacher Award for Poetry will honor Ms. Angelou's legacy by recognizing a teacher who inspires their students to love poetry.
Pets in the Classroom Grants
Pets in the Classroom is an educational grants program to help bring aquarium fish or small pets into PK-9th grade classrooms. You can obtain a certificate or coupon for the purchase of new pets, pet environments or pet food and supplies for existing classroom pets. These grants are intended to support pets or aquariums in the classroom for the purposes of teaching children to bond with and care for their pets responsibly. The welfare of the small animals involved is of paramount importance. These grants must not be used for the purposes of research or experiments of any kind.
2018/19 Community Fund Mini-Grant
For enrichment programs in area public schools.
2018/9 Mary B. Nickell Grant for Arts and Education
For enrichment programs in art in the Greenbrier County public schools.
Innovative Educator Corps Application
A recognition program for Michigan teachers who employ an innovative educational program, methodology, or strategy to help prepare their students for future career success.