The deadline for educators to apply for Humanities Nebraska grants is approaching
Applications for special grants for educators are due Wednesday, March 15. Humanities Nebraska recently announced an opportunity for Nebraska educators to spark the next 50 years of humanities learning, programming, and brainstorming in recognition of the nonprofit’s 50th anniversary serving the state.
Fifty $1,000 grants will be awarded to Nebraska educators statewide to support innovative humanities education during the 2023-24 school year.
The grants will be available to full-time educators and may be used for expenses, including tools and materials for humanities projects, professional development opportunities in the humanities, speaker fees, and field trips. No matching funds are required.
Educators may apply through any Nebraska organization that educates students in the pre-K through age 12 range, with a maximum of one application per organization.
To ensure statewide distribution, awards will be balanced among the following regions: Lincoln Metro, Omaha Metro, Eastern Nebraska outside of Lincoln/Omaha, Central Nebraska, and Western Nebraska. For complete details and access to the grant application, visit humanitiesnebraska.org/edugrant.
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