10 Tech-Friendly Grants in Honor of National Technology Day

Over the years, advances in technology have proved highly beneficial for society. Whether it comes to healthcare, education, or safety, technology can improve one’s quality of life significantly. Because of this GrantWatch has a category specifically for technology grants. And in honor of National Technology Day, which takes place on Jan. 6, GrantWatch is sharing 10 of the top technology grants from this category.

These grants include funding for in-kind gifts of technology, as well as projects that improve access to technology in rural and underserved areas. There are also a number of technology grants on this list specifically for healthcare initiatives.

10 Grants to Celebrate National Technology Day

  1. Firstly, there are fellowships to U.S. library and information professionals to attend a professional development program focused on integrating Artificial Intelligence in the workplace.
  2. Grants to U.S. nonprofits, faith-based organizations, and tribes to use data and technology to improve health services. Successful programs should improve provider and staff well-being, clinical quality, and patient-centered care.
  3. There are also grants to U.S. nonprofit and public rural healthcare providers to improve and upgrade communications technology. The program provides reduced rates for telecommunications and voice services for the use of telemedicine and telehealth.
  4. Grants to registered charities for programs that teach technology skills to adults. Key skills include data analytics, software and web development, artificial intelligence, IT support, and hardware repairs.
  5. In addition, there is funding for U.S. schools districts for projects that improve teaching performance and promote professional development. Grants may be used to encourage video-powered professional learning, video coaching, video teacher observations, and more.
  6. Opportunities for U.S. high school students to participate in a summer program related to technology in Georgia. The six-day program is to prepare students for a career in cybersecurity or cyber operations.
  7. Grants to U.S., Canada, and International nurses and nursing students for innovative technology-based ideas to transform healthcare. In addition to funding, grant recipients will receive mentoring and networking opportunities.
  8. In-kind donations or technology products and services valued at up to $30,000 to U.S. social justice nonprofits and organizations.
  9. Additionally, there are grants to U.S. sixth through twelfth-grade teachers at public and nonprofit private schools to enhance science, technology, engineering, and math learning.
  10. Lastly, there are in-kind donations to U.S. nonprofit organizations to expand their capacity to address the needs of underserved populations. The program provides computer donations in order to help organizations provide services such as education, job training, technology training, and health care.

GrantNews Notes

If you are looking for similar grants, GrantWatch also has an entire category for science grants, as well as one for research grants.

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