Grant Application

Remake Learning Days (May 17-25, 2018) is a nine day celebration showcasing activities and events that make West Virginia a recognized national leader in innovative teaching and learning. The Education Alliance is offering grants of $250 - $1,000 for schools, districts and non-profit organizations to host an event during Remake Learning Days. Remake Learning Days events should create future-ready, hands-on, relevant and engaging educational experiences for kids and their families, caregivers and educators. Events can feature STEM, STEAM, maker and other technology-enhanced learning opportunities in West Virginia. Events should be open to the general public. In 2018, there are highlighted themes for Remake Learning Days.  The themes include: Maker, Science, Technology, Arts, Youth Voice and Outdoor Learning.  These themes do not have to occur on particular days; you are welcome to schedule your events as convenient for you and your audience during Remake Learning Days.  To learning more about Remake Learning Days, please visit remakelearningdays.org. 

Application Deadline: January 5, 2018
. Selected candidates will be notified in January and will be required to register their event on the Remake Learning Days website (more details forthcoming). For more information visit EducationAlliance.org/STEM or contact Emily Pratt at 304-342-7849 or emily@educationalliance.org.

* 1. Event Details:

* 2. What theme(s) will your Remake Learning Days event align with?

* 3. Event Description: What activities will take place? (150 words or less)

* 4. Event Budget:  How much are you requesting? Describe expected costs (e.g. food and beverage, materials, or transportation).

* 5. Grant Requirements: Please check the boxes below to ensure you meet the requirements. Applicant Organization:

* 6. Does your organization plan to host the proposed Remake Learning Days event even if you do not receive funding?

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