Please Sign In. ® Retail Edge Program. Be a School’s Champion Help your school win up to a $25,000 technology grant, compliments of Intel and your community technology retailer. Like you, we believe education is the key to success. Each year, the Intel® Retail Edge Program sponsors Score with Intel® Core™, a knowledge-based competition among our retail technology partners.
Stores and sales associates learn about Intel® products and technologies with the opportunity to earn prizes for their efforts. 2019 is the 10-year anniversary of Score with Intel® Core™, so we’re hoping you can celebrate with us by having your school win this year! How Your School Can Benefit As part of the competition, store managers nominate a local K-12 school to receive up to a $25K technology grant if their store is one of the final winners.1 Over the last nine years, more than $5,000,000 has been awarded to schools through Score with Intel® Core™. Here’s what a 2018 winning store and school had to say: 1. 2. 3. Help Us Celebrate! America Foundation - How To Apply For Grades 6 - 12. Applications for Grades 6 thru 12 for grants less than $5,000 are accepted at any time. For grant requests of more than $5,000 deadlines are May 1st and November 1st. Typical Toshiba America Foundation Grant Schedule: To begin the application process, please click here and you will be redirected to a short questionnaire.
Before submitting a completed proposal, teachers are welcome to call the Toshiba America Foundation at 212 596-0620 to discuss their project ideas. I Love My Librarian Award. Librarians touch the lives of the people they serve every day. The I Love My Librarian Award encourages library users like you to recognize the accomplishments of exceptional public, school, college, community college, or university librarians. Each year 10 librarians are selected. Each librarian receives a $5,000 cash award, a plaque, and a travel stipend to attend an awards ceremony and reception held in their honor.
Nominations for the 2019-2020 I Love My Librarian Award are open through October 21. Winners will be announced in early December. Each nominee must be a librarian with a master’s degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association in library and information studies or a master’s degree with a specialty in school library media from an educational unit accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Check out these tips for creating a standout nomination (PDF). Questions?
I Love My Librarian Award. Educator Grants. Apply for Two $10,000 Teacher Grants Toward Developing Innovative Reading Programs. Are you a teacher who fosters a passion and love of reading in students? Are you taking risks in presenting books and literature or poetry to students in a unique way? Are you committed to reluctant readers and visionary in your methods of reaching them? If this sounds like you, or a teacher you know, consider applying for or nominating someone for the NCTE and Penguin Random House Teacher Award for Lifelong Readers, honoring a teacher who inspires their students to read all genres, or the Maya Angelou Teacher Award for Poetry, recognizing a teacher who inspires their students to love poetry.
Two recipients will be awarded $10,000 grants to help make their innovative reading programs possible while honorable mentions will receive book donations for their classrooms from Penguin Random House. Open to full and part-time teachers in public schools across the United States, apply here by May 31, 2019. Judith Krug Fund Banned Books Week Event Grants - Freedom to Read Foundation. Judith Krug Fund Banned Books Week Event Grants Each year FTRF distributes grants to non-profit organizations to support activities which raise awareness of intellectual freedom and censorship issues during the annual Banned Books Week celebration (September 22-28, 2019). Libraries, schools and universities are encouraged to apply.
Grants are awarded at two levels, $1,000 and $2,500. To be eligible for a grant, organizations must not have been a recipient of an FTRF grant within the past five years. Grantees are encouraged to share their events on social media and local press. A follow-up report detailing expenditures, numbers of participants, links to press coverage, and a narrative of the event is due within six weeks of the Banned Books Week celebration. The 2019 Banned Books Week celebration is September 22-28, 2019. 2018 Banned Books Week Grant Recipients Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA. Independence Public Library, Independence, KS. James F. From the 2016 Grantees Daniel F. Education Tech Micro-Grant Program | Educators of America. Ross Dress for Less™ - Official Site - Ross Stores, Inc. The Ross Store-Based Giving Program provides support – primarily in the form of gift cards – to federal tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations, schools, and government programs serving a community within 25 miles of a Ross Dress for Less or dd’s DISCOUNTS Store.
Please review our giving guidelines and eligibility requirements for this program in full before applying for a donation using our online application. In summary, your organization must: Be a federal tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, school, or government program.Align with our charitable mission to create brighter futures by building academic achievement and life skills in economically disadvantaged youth, ages 3-24.Serve a community within 25 miles of a Ross Dress for Less or dd’s DISCOUNTS Store. Use the Ross Dress for Less and dd’s DISCOUNTS Store locators to see if your organization qualifies.Have not received a donation from Ross (Ross Stores Foundation, Ross Stores, Inc., or dd's DISCOUNTS) within the past 12 months.
How to Apply for a Mini-Grant | The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. Library of Congress Literacy Awards. Apply Now! Applications open January 14, 2019 to March 8, 2019. “Thomas Jefferson, the Library of Congress’s spiritual founder, wrote of the pursuit of happiness. I like to think that literacy is fundamental to that pursuit. So many doors are closed to those who cannot read. Everyone in this world has a right to happiness and with that comes the right to read.” About The Library’s mission is to provide Congress, the federal government and the American people with a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge that can be relied upon to support their intellectual and creative endeavors. Since 2013, the Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program has awarded $1.5 million in prizes to 91 institutions in 28 countries. Prizes The David M. The American Prize ($50,000) is awarded for a significant and measurable contribution to increasing literacy levels in the United States or the national awareness of the importance of literacy to an organization that is based in the United States.
Why Apply? Welcome to TangerKIDS Grants. Innovations in Reading Prize - National Book Foundation. Each year, the National Book Foundation’s Innovations in Reading Prize awards $10,000 to an individual or organization that has developed an innovative project which creates and sustains a lifelong love of reading in the community they serve. In addition, the Foundation recognizes four projects to receive the designation of honorable mention. Applications for the 2019 Innovations in Reading Prize will open at 9am on January 4, 2019. Applications are due by 11:59pm EST on February 15, 2019. Applications must be submitted online. If you have questions, please contact Jordan Smith at email@example.com or call 212.685.0261. Who is eligible? All U.S. citizens and non-profit organizations with 501c3 status are eligible for this prize. What is the prize? What are we looking for? Applicants should: We strongly encourage applicants to read about past winners to get a sense of programs we support.
How is a winner chosen? The 2019 winner and honorable mentions will be announced the first week of May. Innovations in Reading Prize - National Book Foundation. Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries. Application: FY 2019 Notice of Funding Opportunity (PDF 384KB)Grant Amount: $10,000–$50,000Grant Period: Two yearsCost Share Requirement: None *NEW* FAQ: Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries Looking for some guidance about the Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries initiative?
Here are some answers to a few of our most frequently asked questions. Program Overview: Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries (APP) is a special initiative of the National Leadership Grants for Libraries Program. The goal of this initiative is to support projects that strengthen the ability of small and rural libraries and archives to serve their communities. IMLS invites applications that focus on the following topics: transforming school library practicecommunity memorydigital inclusion Eligibility: See the Notice of Funding Opportunity for eligibility criteria for this program. You can also view a recording of this webinar on-demand.
Grant Assistance - BirdBrain Technologies. Grants for Librarians. Online.foundationsource. Welcome to the CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant Site Overview The CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant Program is a competitive grant open to full-time classroom teachers in a PreK-12 public, private or charter school in EITHER a CenturyLink residential service area OR one of the following Corporate locations: Ouachita Parish, LA; Johnson County, KS; Tulsa County, OK or St.
Louis County, MO. The program, funded by the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation, is designed to help teachers innovatively implement technology in their classrooms to increase student achievement. Awards and Eligibility The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation will consider requests of up to $5,000 submitted by full-time classroom teachers employed by a public or private school in a CenturyLink residential service area or the Corporate locations listed above. Previous applicants may apply on an annual basis. 2017 - 2018 Recipients Application Deadline and Notification. The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries.
Overview Jay Toor honors his wife, Ruth Toor, with the establishment of The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries. Ruth Toor was the school librarian at Southern Boulevard School in Chatham for 29 years. After retiring in 2001, she wrote and edited the “School Librarian’s Workshop,” and along with “New on the Job,” Toor co-authored 11 other professional publications. Toor was the 1992-1993 AASL President and consulted and worked actively on many ALA, AASL and ALSC committees including the ALA Committee on Legislation. She taught graduate courses as an adjunct at Rutgers and Montclair State Universities, and was the internship adviser for professional development studies at Rutgers’ school of communication and information. Eligibility All applicants (individual or institution) must be current members of ALA and AASL at the time the application is submitted. Criteria Download Criteria & Rating Sheets. Questions? Shannon Carter AASL Program Coordinator Recipients. Inspire Collection Development Grant.
Monetary Amount: up to $5,000 Deadline: February 1, 2019 Overview Through the generous donation of Marina “Marney” Welmers, an AASL member and retired middle school librarian, AASL is pleased to offer the Inspire Collection Development Grant, a grant so that an existing public middle or high school can extend, update, and diversify the book, online, subscription and/or software collections in their library in order to realize sustainable improvement in student achievement at their school. The program is to satisfy the need to establish or supplement traditional print or online resources in the school library setting in order to realize sustainable improvement in student achievement at their school.
The Fund is $20,000 per year. Eligibility The applicant must be a publicly funded middle or high school, grades 5-12, and have an existing campus library. Criteria The Inspire Collection Development Fund Jury will evaluate the applicant based on the following criteria: Download Copy of Application. Good Neighbor Citizenship Grants - State Farm® SC Johnson Philanthropy - Applying for Grants. SC Johnson is proud to support its communities through philanthropic giving. Our efforts assist existing non-profit organizations or programs focused on defined areas of interest including education, social services, environment, community development, arts and culture, and health. Interested in applying for a grant?
Start by reviewing these frequently asked questions about SC Johnson grants. Links to our grant application are located in the left column and at the bottom of this FAQ. Who is eligible for an SC Johnson grant? What organizations or programs will not be considered for an SC Johnson grant? If my 501(C) (3) has a pending status, do I qualify to receive a donation? SC Johnson does not fund organizations with a pending 501(c) (3) status. What is the focus of SC Johnson grants? Areas of Focused Giving My organization is not located in a geographic area that SC Johnson predominately supports. Do you have deadlines for applications? Can I submit a paper application? SC Johnson Philanthropy - Applying for Grants. Sanford Teacher Award | Sanford Education Programs. The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries. Inspire Special Event Grant. Overview Through the generous donation of Marina “Marney” Welmers, an AASL member and retired middle school librarian, AASL is pleased to offer the Inspire Special Event Grant.
The grant opportunity supports a special event so that an existing public middle or high school library can create new or enhance its extracurricular activities in order to increase student academic achievement at their school. The goal is to provide direct assistance funding to middle or high school libraries for special short-term projects or events that would create new or enhance educational activities in order to engage students with and in the library and to promote reading, books, literacy and authors.
The fund is $10,000 per annum. The direct assistance is capped at $2,000 per grant. Eligibility The applicant must be a publicly funded middle or high school, grades 5-12, and have an existing campus library. Application Applicant Responsibility Criteria Questions Shannon Carter AASL Program Coordinator. Enter – G2 Overachievers – Pilot Pen. Programs to Study WWII and the Holocaust in Europe and Japan | Teaching Traveling. Teaching Traveling: Interested in teacher travel opportunities and scholarships to study WWII and the Holocaust in Europe and Japan? Read on to learn about some amazingly powerful educational trips, as explained by Illinois teacher, Stephanie Krzeminski.
Stephanie at the torii gate of Miyajima, Japan: a UNESCO Heritage site. Stephanie: Hello! I have been teaching for 12 years, and during that time I have been in both private and public schools. I have taught Modern World History, Honors World History, AP Seminar and Sociology. My background is in Humanities, and I love looking at history from a social, emotional, and cultural standpoints. Like many, I didn’t really start traveling until I was older. Stephanie’s educational travel group at the memorial area in Auschwitz. TT: Important epiphany!
S: It wasn’t until 2014 that my international travels really began. On this trip I met Dr. With Eva Kor in front of a liberation photo. TT: Amazing. TT: Thank you for sharing these resources. White-Reinhardt Mini-Grants. The CITGO Fueling Education Sweepstakes. Whole Kids Foundation. I Love Libraries. The Awesome Foundation. Educators | Fresh Films. Bemis Foundation Grants Program | Bemis Company Inc. Other Grant & Fellowship Opportunities - NEA Foundation. The School Library Media Specialist: Program Administration. Sistersincrime. STEM Grants. Grants for Teachers - Nationwide Grants | Nationwide K-12 Grants for Teachers | Nationwide K-12 Funding Opportunities for Teachers. The Big List of Educational Grants and Resources. Inspire Collection Development Grant. Inspire Special Event Grant. Available Kits For Selection | Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters.