Funding & Recognition
Funding opportunities, grants, and recognition awards.
Apr 15, 2019
offers Educators for Equity Grants
to foster academic growth among underserved students
, including those who are economically disadvantaged and English learners
. Proposed programs should be equity-focused, evidence-based, culturally relevant to students served, and explicitly designed to improve academic opportunities and outcomes.
Apr 01, 2019
Working at the intersection of ocean science
and arts education
, Bow Seat
’s award-winning programming
emphasizes creative thinking
in exploring the natural world. In 2011 founder Linda Cabot and her daughters embarked on a journey to film a documentary—From the Bow Seat
—about environmental issues impacting the Gulf of Maine. After her experiences at sea, Cabot wanted to inspire and encourage young people to think carefully about the ocean, so she began the annual Ocean Awareness Student Contest
in partnership with the Gulf of Maine Marine Education Association
Apr 01, 2019
Supported by the Clarence Olander Fund
and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
(NCTM), the School In-Service Training Grants
(PreK–5) provide financial assistance to elementary schools for in-service education in mathematics. For 2019–2020, grants of a maximum of $4,000 each will be awarded for honoraria and expenses for consultants, materials, substitute time, and conference or workshop registrations.
Apr 01, 2019
Through its YoungArts Competition
, the National YoungArts Foundation
awards grants of up to $10,000, as well as an invitation to take part in master classes and courses with world-renowned artists and professionals. Winners of the competition also become US Presidential Scholars in the Arts and receive a lifetime of professional support.
Mar 15, 2019
Hosted by Artists Network
, Artists Magazine
’s Annual Art Competition
is open to artists anywhere in the world who work with traditional, two-dimensional media. The competition has five categories: Portrait/Figure, Still Life/Interior, Landscape, Abstract/Experimental, and Animal/Wildlife. To be eligible for an award in the Student/Beginner Division
, young artists aged 16 years and older must not have been enrolled in a post–high school art program for more than six years and may not have pursued art on their own or in workshops or lessons for more than six years. The competition has five categories: Portrait/Figure, Still Life/Interior, Landscape, Abstract/Experimental, and Animal/Wildlife.