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CURRENT GRANT OPPORTUNITIES

 

 

STEM FROM SQUARE ONE

Funded by Frick Fund of the Buhl Foundation

Facilitate early STEM learning for Northside students through this three-year program, including professional development and evidence-based classroom materials for Pre-K, elementary, and Out-of-School Time educators on the Northside.  Open to: Northside teachers (Grades 1-5) for year one of program. 

PROGRAM DATES: May 7
PROGRAM LOCATIONS: Provident Charter School 

 

 

 

CATALYST CONNECTION: PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

Through this no-cost Project-based Learning course, teachers will design a real-world experience that integrates perspectives from education and industry while aligning to National standards.

SESSION ONE: May 15-16 at Butler County Community College
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SESSION TWO: May 20-21 at Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
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ACADEMY FOR INTERMEDIATE MATHEMATICS ENGAGEMENT (AIMe)

Funded by PPG Foundation

Foster student engagement, proficiency and achievement in mathematics through this exciting course that will push the boundaries of traditional teaching strategies and explore mathematics practices and standards. This program includes 2.5 days of in-depth professional development and in-school coaching. Open To: Middle-grade (5-8) math educators from eligible schools. 

PROGRAM DATES: March 25-26, May 21

 

 

  

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING INSTITUTE - CLOSED

Funded by Heinz Endowments

Create a student-focused culture for learning through this innovative program, aimed to transform teaching practice, create equitable learning opportunity classrooms, and prepare students for workforce challenges. Includes professional development on PBL, an industry externship, and a Professional Learning Community. Open To: K-12 educators in Southwestern Pennsylvania. MORE INFO 

PROGRAM DATES: January 14-15, March 28, May 22 - Registration Closed

     

CROSS-CURRICULAR PROJECT-BASED LEARNING - CLOSED

Funded by Shell

In this no-cost session, teachers will be guided in the design of an individual project-based learning experience that includes instructional essentials, cross-curricular connections to
standards and student outcomes, and the intentional planning of ongoing assessment. Open To: Grades 2-12 educators from Potter, Tioga and Wellsboro counties. MORE INFO 

PROGRAM DATES: January 17-18 - Registration Closed
PROGRAM LOCATIONIntermediate Unit 9 (119 S Mechanic St, Smethport, PA 16749) 

   

 

CLIMATE LEADERSHIP: FROM CLASSROOM TO COMMUNITY - CLOSED

Funded by Alcoa Foundation

Explore the Nature of Science through air quality with this 2.5-day program, providing middle-grade (6-8) science educators with the strategies, skills, and equipment needed to empower students to employ the processes used by environmental scientists. Open ToSchool-based teams of two middle grade (6-8) science teachers from Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Westmoreland, and Washington counties. MORE INFO 

PROGRAM DATES: January 24-25, May 20 - Registration Closed

 

 

 

ACCESS ASSET Scholarship Program

Created to promote educational equality, ACCESS ASSET provides no-cost professional development courses and accompanying instructional materials to educators in under-resourced organizations.

OPEN TO: Any school district or education organization. Preference given to applicants with a high percentage of students on free/reduced price lunch, high levels of diversity & low proficiency on state assessments.

To learn more about Access ASSET & apply to receive funds, click here. If you'd like to make a donation to the scholarship, click here

 

   

GRANT PROGRAMMING

ASSET partners with national foundations and corporations to fund and implement innovative educational programs for educators and students across the U.S. While a majority of educators who participate in ASSET’s programming are funded through their district or employer, ASSET provides pro bono services to hundreds of educators and organizations per year through grant programs and the Access ASSET Scholarship program. In recent years, grant-funded programming has focused on evidenced-based instructional practices, changes in the educational landscape, or special populations. The majority of grant programs are designed to serve under-resourced educators, while some are designed to serve a mix of educators from low and non-low socioeconomic areas.

 

If you have questions or want to learn more, contact info@assetinc.org or call 412-481-7320. If you're interested in partnering with us on another opportunity or to write a grant together, contact Gina DeAngelo at GDeAngelo@assetinc.org or call 412-481-7320 x205.