Supporting Innovative Ideas
STEM educators at all levels are encouraged to apply with innovative ideas that will provide opportunities that encourage student learning, excellence, and interest in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Math.
Up to six grants ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 will be awarded for the 2021-2022 school year.
Grants for STEM educators to support projects or activities to engage more students in the excitement of STEM fields or advance the experience of those already interested or talented in STEM.
STEM educators at all levels are encouraged to apply with innovative ideas that focus on application of STEM to supplement traditional STEM education.
Up to six grants from $2k to $5k will be available for the 2021-2022 school year. Continued funding may be available for projects that show success or scalability.
How to Apply
To apply, a one-page abstract of the project is due by June 30, 2021, via email to our Director of Programs Tia Paul at email@example.com.
Successful applicants will be invited to submit a full application similar to the traditional Catalyst for Change Grants.
All ideas are welcome! Some include:
- Science, engineering, or math fairs/competitions or other approaches to motivate students to investigate further and apply their knowledge
- Tools/gadgets that help teach STEM and excite students within the context of their normal learning (e.g. robots, rockets, software tools, etc.)
- Access to dynamic speakers or teaching resources, including visits to related facilities; after-school or summer clubs or experiences with hands-on projects
Who May Apply
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) educators at all levels are encouraged to apply.
Click the links below to view summaries of past Catalyst for Change funded projects, examples of successful applications, and terminology to help you with getting your desired project results.
All one-page abstracts must be typed and submitted via email by June 30, 2021, to Director of Programs Tia Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Florida Gap Map from the Florida Chamber of Commerce
Creating Strategic Impacts from The Florida Department of Education
Using EduData in Program Planning from the Florida Consortium of Education Foundations
STEM Excitement & Excellence grants are funded by the generosity of the following sponsors: