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A number of grants are available for teachers and their schools. The grants are there to support a variety of initiatives such as workforce development, curriculum and equipment purchases, and vocational rehabilitation.
If you know of any grants you think other teachers may benefit from, let us know. Please send suggestions to email@example.com for possible inclusion on this page.
Grants.gov (www.grants.gov) is a one stop spot for finding and applying for grants offered by the Federal government. The site includes a search feature that allows you to search for grant opportunities by agency including the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Education. Registration is not required to search for grants; however you must register before applying for any grant you find. The registration process can take from 3 to 5 business days. As a result, grant consultants suggest you register in advance so you don’t risk missing a submission deadline.
U.S. Department of Labor (www.dol.gov) offers a number of grants to schools for the implementation of job training programs including the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grants Program. The Obama administration will award $450 million in grant funds through the TAACCCT grant program to expand job-driven training partnerships between community colleges and employers. The current grants are the final installment of a $2 billion, four-year initiative. Also see Grants.gov.
U.S. Department of Education (www.ed.gov) provides formula grants for a variety of initiatives including programs to improve teacher quality, increase career and technical education, and support children living in poverty. The grants are awarded twice yearly in July and October. In addition, the department administers funding through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for students between the ages of 3 and 21.
Economic Development Administration (www.eda.gov) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce that offers training grants that may be appropriate for public institutes of higher learning.
Grant resources are often more abundant at the State level thanks to a number of state specific workforce development grants. The following resources are available to help you find the right agencies in your state.
American Welding Society Foundation (www.aws.org/foundation) supports programs that ensure the growth and development of the welding industry. This includes support of educational opportunities in welding and related industries. In addition to individual scholarships, the AWS occasionally offers grants to support welding workforce development.