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Citadel - Chester County Intermediate Unit
Awards to Pennsylvania K-12 public and private school teachers in eligible areas to recognize outstanding contributions to education. This award acknowledges teachers who go beyond the call of duty to support students, encourage full potential, and make a difference in the community. Nominees must work in Chester County.
The team carefully reviews each nomination and selects 15 finalists:
From this group of finalists, three winners are selected:
After the nomination period ends, the Citadel Heart of Learning Award committee will tally the total number of nominations by school. The top three schools will earn cash for events or assemblies.
GrantWatch ID#: 144596
Citadel awards 15 finalists and three overall winners with the Citadel Heart of Learning Award.
15 Finalists will receive $500 to use in his or her classroom.
From the group of finalists, 3 Winners will receive $1,500 for use in the classroom.
The top three schools with the most nominations will earn cash for events or assemblies:
1st Place - $1500
2nd Place - $750
3rd Place - $500
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit nominations online: https://www.citadelbanking.com/giving-back/citadel-heart-of-learning/citadel-heart-of-learning-nomination-form
For more information, please email: CitadelHeartofLearning@CitadelBanking.com.
520 Eagleview Blvd
Exton, PA 19341
School districts located within Chester County that are included in the Citadel Heart of Learning Award are as follows: Avon, Grove, Coatesville Area, Downingtown Area, Great Valley, Kennett Consolidated, Octorara Area, Owen J. Roberts, Oxford Area, Phoenixville Area, Tredyffrin/Easttown, Twin Valley, Unionville-Chadds Ford and West Chester Area.
USA: Pennsylvania: Chester County
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