Seminar Grant Opportunity from Bringing Theory to Practice:
Proposals Due December 13, 2013
Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) invites Category I: Seminar Grant proposals for projects that will promote engaged learning, civic development and engagement, and psychosocial well-being of college and university students. We are especially interested in efforts that will enable students to have transformational educational experiences, and proposals for how institutions can transform and sustain their priorities and practices. Only Seminar Grants remain available under the 2012-2014 RFP.
Proposals for Seminar Grants (up to $1,000) are due no later than Friday, December 13, 2013. To be considered for funding, proposers must submit online by 5 p.m. (EDT) on December 13; the required hard copy must arrive at the latest by Monday, December 16. Complete information about the 2012-2014 cycle of funding is online.
For answers to common grant related inquiries, please visit the Grant Applicant FAQ page. Brief summaries of past funded work are also available on the Campus Grants page. While the BTtoP cannot offer any specific recommendations regarding proposals before they are submitted, for assistance in answering questions not covered by BTtoP materials, please email Dylan Joyce.
Bringing Theory to Practice
1818 R St., NW
Washington, DC 20009
Community Academic Service Entrepreneur (CASE) Grant
This is a competition for students where they submit innovative community service proposals linked to their academic disciplines to effectively address the needs of the community. The winners receive a grant to implement their project under faculty supervision. The student receives a Certificate of Merit and the faculty receives a Certificate of Distinction.
USA Funds is offering a grant to organizations that help students successfully transition into and succeed in postsecondary education.
The Key Transitions in Postsecondary Education grant funds programs that support recent high school graduates and adult learners in their transition to postsecondary education. Services and support can start during senior year of high school, and special emphasis is placed on students transitioning from the first year to the second year of study at a community college.
Grant range: $400,000 - $800,000.
Deadline: May 24, 2013.
The Sustainable Environments Program is working to overhaul our country's outdated and crumbling infrastructure with a new approach that will foster healthier, sustainable, and just communities. We believe in the potential of what we call "next generation infrastructure" to improve transit systems, make buildings more energy efficient, better manage our water systems and rebuild regional food systems. Focusing on urban areas and their surrounding suburbs, we seek solutions that connect and improve these infrastructure systems in ways that maximize positive impacts and minimize negative environmental, economic and social consequences.
The Sustainable Environments Program seeks to create just and sustainable economies in four ways:
- Sustainable Transportation Networks & Equitable Development Patterns We support clean, affordable, equitable, high-quality and efficient transportation and land use development that better connects critical services, jobs, schools, housing and other regional destinations.
- Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment We support efforts to help people make homes, businesses and other buildings more energy efficient.
- Urban Water Management We support efforts to capture storm water and slowly release it into the existing network of drains, pipes and sewers, or reuse it where it falls to cultivate natural green spaces.
- Regional Food Supply We support ways to make it easier to get local, sustainably produced food from our farms to the markets closest to where it's grown, and to better connect food producers and consumers.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is pleased to announce the availability of funds for the Refugee Microenterprise Development Project. ORR has supported microenterprise development projects since 1991 through the award of discretionary grants to a variety of public agencies, community economic development agencies, local mutual assistance associations, and voluntary agencies. The broad goals of this program are to:
1. Assist refugees in becoming economically self-sufficient by owning and managing a small business,
2. Provide seed money to refugee serving organizations to start and develop microenterprise program that will serve refugees at sustained and expanded levels, and
3. Help mainstream organizations develop the experience of serving refugee populations.
In order to achieve these objectives, award recipients under this announcement will provide pre-business and post-business technical assistance as well as capital to refugee entrepreneurs.
Apply by June 10th. http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/foa/view/HHS-2013-ACF-ORR-RG-0569