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Education Grants – Deadline

$5,000 for teaching art to disabled or special-needs students

The P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children’s Education and the Moss Society will award five $1,000 grants to educators who need money to support a new or evolving program that…

$5,000 and internships for students who plan to pursue technology care

High school seniors who intend to major in mathematics, information technology, computer science, physical and applied sciences, or aerospace or astronomy, have a chance to win $5,000; an all-expenses-paid trip…

$3,000 to honor America’s favorite teachers

In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3 to 7, 2004, Target Stores is recognizing America’s favorite teachers for the impact they had on students. Current and former students…

$25,000 to implement National Youth Service Day projects

The AT&T CARES Youth Service Action Fund supports young people as they improve their communities through service on National Youth Service Day 2004, April 16 to18. Fifty grants worth $500…

$33,000 to help disabled youth execute service projects

Twenty-five grants up to $1,000 each are available to encourage young people, between the ages of 5 and 22 with developmental disabilities to plan and carry out service projects in…

$500,000 for initiatives related to technology and learning and NCLB

Applicants are invited to submit initial concept papers online for consideration for more than $500,000 in BellSouth Opportunity Grants. Proposals should complement the foundation’s special initiatives or focus-issues. The new…

NASA teaching resources, plus $17,500 to buy technology

Schools from across the country are now eligible to apply online for an opportunity to partner with NASA in a program designed to bring engaging mathematics, science, and technology learning…

Computers, cash, and more for entering a character education contest

The Character’s Cool Contest is an annual program developed by the MindOH! Foundation to further character education and empower youth to practice ethical behavior. The Character’s Cool Contest is actually…

Free computers, printers, and internet access for Pennsylvania daycare

The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development is now accepting applications for Phase IV of the CyberStart program, a multi-year technology and education initiative that provides computers, printers, internet…

High school student to become a national technology spokesperson

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is working to better inform and educate teenagers about the electronics industry and other cool new technology trends. For starters, CEA is seeking a high…