Application Requirements for Mini-Grants
Section 1 – Complete Part 1 of the on-line awards application registration process.
Section 2 – Project title and a brief but concise description of your plan or idea. Explain how you will carry it out and why you feel it is a worthwhile project. Include how the project will contribute to the scientific literacy of your students, colleagues, or school and/or enhance your ability to teach with the Georgia Performance Standards. Limit 2-4 pages, double-spaced, 12 point type.
Section 3 – A budget. GSTA can grant up to $300.00 per project. If you need more funding, you may wish to seek additional funds from other sources.
Section 4 – Submit a photo of yourself to be used for publicity purposes should you be selected as a GSTA Mini-Grant winner.
Section 5 – Two letters of support, one from a supervisor, and another letter from either your GSTA district representative or a colleague familiar with your work.
The deadline for the 2021 mini-grants sponsored by the Georgia Science Teachers Association is September 15, 2021. Applications should be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications and supporting documents should be submitted as a Microsoft Word or PDF attachment and should be submitted electronically by the September 15th due date.
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