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Grant Opportunities

Any staff member or group must begin the process of applying for grant funds or soliciting donations by first securing approval from the site principal or designee. To secure approval for the application of a grant which affects multiple classrooms or multiple school sites, the individual or group must first contact the Teaching and Learning Department, Hurman Resources Department, and Finance Department. Applications for grant approval shall be submitted through the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning. Approval must be secured before a grant proposal or donation request is submitted tot eh funding organization or posted to online donation sites.

STEM Learning Classroom Grants
Thanks to the generous support of the Jenks Public Schools Foundation, STEM Learning Classroom Grants are available again this year. Keep this grant opportunity in mind as you continue to grow STEM learning opportunities at your site.

CLICK HERE for STEM Learning Funding Application

$1,000 Grant for Teachers from Internet.Frontier.com
In order to apply, teachers must submit either a 300-500 word essay or 1-2 minute video on the following prompt:

The Internet provides students a vast resource for research and learning. Yet, navigating the beneficial and dangerous places online has been an ever-evolving battle. What have you as a teacher and your classes learned when it comes to cyber safety?

More information about this opportunity can be found here:


The application deadline is April 30, 2017.

Tulsa Society of Women Engineers Mini-Grant Program
SWE recognizes that some events and activities may be too small to attract major donors but can have a great impact on the participants. The mini-grant program is intended to help fund these events. Tulsa SWE is proud to announce its fifth year of the mini-grant program. Five grants of $100 will be awarded to organizations that encourage girls and young women to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

SWE Outreach Mini-Grant funds allow groups to obtain funds for programs focused on at least one of SWE’s strategic goals:

Education and Outreach
Inclusive Organization
Knowledge Source
Professional Leadership
Value and Benefit

Grants are awarded by the Tulsa NEO Executive Team based on the proposals submitted, in accord with the evaluation criteria. Please visit our website, http://tulsaneo.swe.org/mini-grant-program.html, for our application and more information. 

Also, please feel free to download a copy of Is There an Engineer Inside You? A Comprehensive Guide to Career Decisions in Engineering by Celeste Bain at http://tulsaneo.swe.org (free to download and can be distributed) at the bottom of the page. Tulsa SWE also has hard copies of this book if you would like one to pass around to your students.