Foundation / Corporation
American Psychological Foundation (APF)
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Grants of up to $1,000 to USA eligible secondary school teachers for career development and networking events and activities. Programs that are eligible for funding include conferences, workshops, and innovative programs that join together students and teachers from several schools. Eligible applicants are teachers of psychology at the high school level. Funding is intended to develop teacher networks for high school psychology.
The following types of opportunities will be considered for funding:
Workshops and Networking
APF is particularly interested in proposals that could lead to the formation of a new network or program. However, APF will consider all funding requests to support regional or statewide networks for teachers (e.g., teaching workshops or conferences) or educational outreach opportunities for teachers and students (e.g., psychology fairs, psychology bowls).
Grant funding can be used to support the following:
Workshops may be held at a high school, but grantees may also want to consider contacting local colleges, universities or community colleges for potential workshop sites. The Education Directorate can assist grantees in announcing workshop opportunities to teachers within a state or region. Further information will be shared with grantees following funding approval.
Programs That Bring Together Psychology Teachers and Students
Criteria for programs that bring together high school psychology teachers and students from several local or regional schools for a psychology fair, psychology bowl or other innovative opportunity:
For examples of the types of events these grants seek to support, please see URL for Full Text below.
Grant funding can be used to support the following:
The Education Directorate can assist grantees in announcing programs as needed. Further information will be shared with grantees following funding approval.
GrantWatch ID#: 184657
APF will award $6,000 in grants in 2020. The average value of grants awarded to date has been $500-$1,000 per grant.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Send proposals to:
American Psychological Association
750 First St., NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
Fax: (202) 336-5962
All applicants must use the subject line of "Outreach Grant Application for [applicant’s name]" in emailed submissions.
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