Collab Grant Application
- An application for funding to support one-off gatherings of two or more partners.
- May 1–June 30
Collaboration Grants are one-off gatherings of two or more partners with the intention of discussing ideas and uncovering whether there is possibility for longer term collaboration.
They are an excellent way of discussing the potential of a Project Team – or just getting together with other partners to learn more about their work.
RFP: STEM Teacher Shortage in CT
- An RFP to address the secondary math, science and computer science teacher shortage in Connecticut
- June 20–July 31
We are excited to team up with 100Kin10 partner, the Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation (PCLB), to address the second grand challenge around effectively preparing teachers to teach STEM subjects in the state of Connecticut.
Through this request for proposals, PCLB is looking for one 100Kin10 partner that is interested in establishing long-term relationships and, eventually, a robust presence in Connecticut to increase the secondary math, science, engineering, and/or computer science teaching force. Funds of up to $125K will be available.
Proposals are due July 31. Learn more by registering for a webinar on Tuesday, June 27th at 2:00PM ET.
Questions? Email Nat Schacht at nat@100Kin10.org.
Advocating for STEM in ESSA Webinar
- A special Q&A session with political advocacy expert Joe Walsh.
- June 27 3-4pm ET
How can you promote STEM in ESSA planning and implementation? We have an opportunity to host a special Q&A session with political advocacy expert Joe Walsh. After a presentation on resources developed through the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort, you will have the chance to ask questions directly of our expert and your fellow partners.
A big shout-out to the nearly 20 partners who collectively funded the development of this toolkit through the Every Student Succeeds with STEM effort.