Teachers of grades PreK-12 in communities serviced by First Energy, apply for classroom STEM grants. Areas include Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia and Maryland. Pull together your creative classroom project in science, technology, engineering and math that you will implement and complete this 2013 – 2014 school year. You can’t score this $500 grant
Local energy companies are a wonderful grant source. Do you live in an area serviced by First Energy companies? If you have service from one of these companies, you qualify: Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company, Toledo Edison, Penn Power, Met-Ed, Penelec, Jersey Central Power & Light, West Penn Power, Mon Power and Potomac Edison. PreK
Teachers in New Jersey and Delaware: PSEG is now accepting applications from classroom teachers linking student understanding of math, science and/or technology concepts with an appreciation for the environment. You could score up to $3,500! Ends: June 15, 2012 Winners notified: July 16 – 20, 2012 ENTER HERE Get updates delivered to your email daily.
This is a tough one to write up. I find a date and then they say, check the date for your school. Then I find grants are for $1,000 – $3,000, but check for your school. What I know for sure: Grants are for certified North Carolina K-12 teachers Principal must review and approve application
Teachers in the OG+E and Enogex service areas can apply for a grant of up to $1,000. Check for a list of areas served OG+E and Enogex. Appliation must be submitted on-line by a public school teacher in grades PreK-12. Advancement of skills for math, science or reading. You have a WIDE range of academic