2020 Gro More Good Grassroots Grant
To create and improve green spaces and gardens that serve 15 or more youth in communities across the country.
Vernier Engineering Contest
To one educator (a middle school, high school, or college instructor) who is innovatively using Vernier sensors to introduce engineering concepts or engineering practices to their students.
Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Youth Grants
Youth-led community service projects designed to address childhood hunger. Projects may take place in schools, colleges/universities, afterschool programs, youth organizations, nonprofits, or faith-based organizations. Projects that engage at least 50, 75, or 100 young people ages 5-25 as volunteers on Global Youth Service Day – April 17-19, 2020. Projects that will continue through summer 2020 are eligible for additional funding of $400. Projects that engage youth not typically asked to serve (youth with disabilities, youth that are struggling in school, youth from low-income or underserved communities, etc.)
2020 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE) Academy- Student Art Contest Theme: Who I Am
The Colorado Department of Education’s Office of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education will award a K-5 student, a 6-8 grade student, and a 9-12 grade student in the “Who I Am” student art contest. The art competition highlights students’ artistic talents through fine art (including photography, digital media, sculpture, etc.). The winners’ work will be on the cover of the program of the annual CLDE Academy. The winners, their parents and entering teacher will also be invited and honored at the awards luncheon.
Green Team Mini-Grant
For projects that enhance sustainability within the school. Priority will be given to recycling and waste-related projects.
Helen Bach Moss Memorial Better Beginnings Award
Awards to New York PreK-6 teachers to honor outstanding contributions to elementary education. Award recipients are teachers who excel at engaging young children in the educational process while cultivating their strengths and encouraging relationships among students, teachers, parents, and administrators. The purpose of the award, which celebrates the life and career of Helen Bach Moss, is to recognize elementary teachers who are gifted in finding and nurturing the strengths of each student and fostering trusting relationships. This award program recognizes early childhood education as the most effective investment for long-term educational success.
Michigan Nature Association Field Trip Grant
The grants are intended to assist teachers in developing fun, educational, and hands-on field trips to help students learn about the natural environment. Eligible grant expenses include transportation, program and/or entry fees, and educational supplies.
2020 National Youth Science Camp Delegates
Washington high school seniors are encouraged to submit an application to attend the 2020 National Youth Science Camp (NYSC). Two Washington high school seniors will be selected from the applicant pool to receive a scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists and other professionals from the academic and corporate worlds. The selected delegates must not only demonstrate academic achievement in science, but also show potential for thoughtful scientific leadership.
Sustainable Arts Foundation Awards
This is an award program that rewards excellence in a creative field to provide financial awards to parents pursuing creative work.
2020 Wisconsin Young Entrepreneur Award
To give recognition to an individual from 5th grade through 12th grade that is making their mark on our free enterprise system by turning a business idea into a reality; an individual who applied the entrepreneurial spirit and demonstrated business knowledge to realize an actual operating business.