Building STEAM Grants
The best learning environments shape students into independent, creative thinkers with real-world skills. At Public Education Partners, we believe creative and engaging teaching should not be limited by money and aim to grant teachers the freedom to embrace innovative teaching through the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics.
Apply for our Building STEAM grant:
- Up to $2000 per award
- Open to all Greenville County Schools Teachers (grades 4K-12) of any content area (STEM, Humanities, Related Arts, etc.)
- Apply with curriculum-based projects that will occur during the 2020-2021 academic year.
- Projects/units may incorporate aspects of both science/technology and art.
- Collaboration between subject areas is encouraged and teachers may also consider supporting socio-emotional skills through the project.
Applications due March 20 2020
Awards announced May 2020
To apply, download and complete the application below. Applications should be saved as PDFs and labeled BuildingSTEAM2019-(Your Last Name)-(Your School) and emailed to Qena Jennings, Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
One of PEP’s current organizational priorities is to support the recruitment and retention of great teachers for Greenville County’s public schools.
In honor of our former Executive Director, Grier Mullins, PEP is pleased to offer Greenville County Schools (elementary, middle, high, and career centers) an opportunity to apply for the Mullins Grant for Supporting Quality Teaching. This grant aims to financially support innovative strategies to help boost teacher retention in schools across Greenville County. We want to help schools retain great teachers, and to provide the resources to do so.
All Greenville County principals are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.
Please download and complete the application below, save as a PDF file and label MullinsGrant2020-(Your Last Name)-(Your School).
A grant finding resource wizard for teachers and schools.
McCarthey Dressman Education Foundation
The Teacher Development Grants support small teams of teachers in the formation and implementation of groundbreaking k-12 classroom instruction. The grants provide opportunities for teachers to integrate fresh strategies that encourage critical inquiry and to observe their effects on students.