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 

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 or contact Emily Pratt at 304-342-7849 or

* 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?