Foundation / Corporation
Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE)
Grants of up to $250 to USA K-12 teachers, STEM coordinators, and homeschool cooperatives for aviation and aerospace classroom projects. This grant enables teachers to integrate aviation-themed lessons into the regular curriculum. Aviation and aerospace can be integrated into lessons on history, math, science, and even art.
An individual teacher or a group of teachers from the same school may apply for a grant to design an aviation-themed classroom unit or complete an aviation-themed project. For example, a SAFE grant could be used to pay for a bus and admission fees to take students to visit an aviation museum, go on a field trip to the local airport, buy materials to build a balsa wood glider or model rocket, or fund another type of project with an aviation or aerospace theme.
GrantWatch ID#: 172664
In 2017, four SAFE grants will be awarded. Two grants will be for teachers in Grades K-7 and two grants will be for teachers in Grades 8-12.
The maximum allowable amount for each grant is $250.
Grants must be used within one year of the award.
Any credentialed teacher in a public, private, or charter school may apply for a grant. Local STEM coordinators and homeschooling cooperatives may also apply for a grant.
The application deadline is August 31, 2017.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit this application via email to: email@example.com
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