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Grant Opportunities for STEM Teachers

Bayer USA Foundation STEM education Grants - These grants fund hands-on, inquiry-based science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs and initiatives that provide innovative solutions to encourage more female and minority students to pursue a career in STEM. (The foundation will fund nonprofits, but not primary or secondary schools. Geographic restrictions may also apply).
Funding amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling

Teach for the Planet - DonorsChoose.org is partnering with the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to identify the most innovative environmental science, climate change, and sustainability projects.
Funding amount: $500-$10k
Deadline: Rolling

National Education Foundation CyberLearning STEM Grants
Funding amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling

Awards & Scholarships

  • AASL Award
    "Each year, AASL recognizes excellence in School Librarianship with over $50,000 in awards and grants. Apply to be among the class of leaders recognized by AASL."

Grants

  • ALA Grants
    An extensive list of various grants offered by the American Library Association.
  • Autism Welcome Here: Library Programs, Services and More
    The "Autism Welcome Here: Library Programs, Services and More" grant is sponsored by Libraries and Autism: We're Connected. Meg KolayaThis grant honors the groundbreaking work of Libraries and Autism co-founder Meg Kolaya for her contributions in promoting inclusion, connecting libraries and the autism community, and bringing awareness of the needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families to the library community.
    Accepting applications starting September 2017
    Deadline: December 1, 2017
  • ASM Materials Education Foundation K-12 Teacher Grants
    K-12 educators involved in materials, science, and engineering who have developed and/or implemented a hands-on approach for their students are eligible for these grants that aim to enhance awareness of materials science and the role that materials scientists play in society.
    Funding amount: $500
    Deadline: May 25, 2017
  • Bayer USA Foundation STEM education Grants
    These grants fund hands-on, inquiry-based science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs and initiatives that provide innovative solutions to encourage more female and minority students to pursue a career in STEM. (The foundation will fund nonprofits, but not primary or secondary schools. Geographic restrictions may also apply).
    Funding amount: Varies
    Deadline: Rolling
  • Teach for the Planet
    DonorsChoose.org is partnering with the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to identify the most innovative environmental science, climate change, and sustainability projects.
    Funding amount: $500-$10k
    Deadline: Rolling
  • National Education Foundation CyberLearning STEM Grants
    Since many public schools lack funds for STEM, at the request of several state education departments and the U.S. Department of Education, the National Education Foundation (NEF), the national non-profit leader in STEM education is offering STEM grants, with no out-of-pocket cost to any public school district or charter school with 35 percent or more students eligible for Free/Reduced meals.
    Funding amount: Varies
    Deadline: Rolling

NNYLN Professional Development Grants

  • NNYLN Professional Development Grants
    The purpose of the Northern New York Library Network’s Professional Development Program is to provide assistance to the staff of member libraries in their professional development. Financial aid from this program enables staff to attend conferences, seminars, workshops and other educational activities which are not available locally and for which funds might not otherwise be available. Eligible activities do not need to be sponsored by a library or library organization.
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