FUND THE YOUTH CODING LEAGUE AT YOUR SCHOOL OR ORGANIZATION!
If you want to bring the Youth Coding League to your school or organization, but funding is an obstacle, we hope some of the grants below will be good resources. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help on any grants you apply for - Youth Coding League staff have case studies, stats, and more to help enhance your application.
The New York Life Foundation created the Aim High grant program to help afterschool, summer and expanded learning programs provide the resources, help, and guidance that middle school students need to make the critical transition into high school.
Two-year grant opportunities focus on supporting programs in enhancing direct service activities, technical assistance, capacity building, and their efforts in continuing to serve youth while facing the challenges of the pandemic and beyond.
Applications open in late 2022
This year, the Aim High Grant competition awarded 40 grants; 20 one-year $15,000 grants,10 two-year $50,000 grants, and 10 two-year $100,000 grant awards, totaling $1.8 million. The amount of grant awards has increased in the past year from 36 awards in 2021, which totaled $1.5 million.
Middle and high school classroom teachers with an innovative idea for improving STEM in your classroom that is project-based and has measurable outcomes, and addresses what you need to make STEM learning fun for your students.
Grants that provide financial support for teachers who are looking for a better way, considering the impact, and creating.
Application: 3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1, Decision: 4/15, 7/15, 10/15, 1/15 Funds: 5/15, 8/15, 11/15, 2/15
Less than $5,000
Applying organizations must be tax-exempt under the Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) and be located within and serve people in the United States. Applying organizations should promote diversity and inclusion, be financially sound, and have an established record for delivering high-quality education programs, and be located in designated counties in each state.
Grants, of a minimum of $50,000 per year, are provided to support the development and implementation of programs.
May 1 application, notification in July. Nov 1 application, notification in February.
Invitation only; enter zipcode for local coordinator. 501(c)(3) or K-12 Schools classified as not-for profit elementary or secondary school (public or private) and registered with the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
For education grants, Verizon and Verizon Foundation funding is intended to support projects that promote digital skills development for students and teachers in grades K-12. This includes, for example, summer or afterschool programs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), teacher professional development, and research on technology-infused pedagogy.
Grants are available to current members of the National Education Association who are educators in public schools or public institutions of higher education. We especially encourage education support professionals* to apply.
We invite applications from educators, specialized instructional support personnel, and education support professionals to: develop and implement a project that will enhance students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills; develop and implement a project supporting personalized and experiential learning; support students’ mastery of essential academic content; support students’ cultural understanding and appreciation; promote students’ communication and collaboration skills; or enable students to engage in learning experiences connected to real-world issues and challenges.
Grants fund activities for 12 months from the date of the award.
$1,500 and $5,000