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McCarthey Dressman Education Foundation Awards $247,000 in Grants and Scholarships for the 2008-2009 Academic Year (Centre Daily Times)
The McCarthey Dressman education Foundation has announced the 17 winners of $247,000 in grants and scholarships for the 2008-2009 academic year. 354 students and educators from around the country applied this year compared to 70 applicants in 2007. There were 41 applications for Student Teaching/Mentoring Scholarships in the amount of $6,000 each, 102 applicants for Teacher Development Grants in ...
Wis. technical college system runs out of grants (Stevens Point Journal)
An estimated 4,000 low-income technical college students may get less aid this fall because the state has run out of grant money for them. The state Higher educational Aids Board stopped giving Wisconsin Higher education Grants to students in the Wisconsin Technical College System on Aug. 21. Students applying after that date are being put on a wait list, but the agencys executive secretary ...
Grants available through Argi-Food's Healthy Eating initiative (Milton Canadian Champion)
Ontario Agri-Food Education Inc. is offering $450,000 in grants for projects that communicate the health benefits of Ontario-grown food products.
Nine teachers win grants for classroom projects (New Bern Sun Journal)
As school began this week in Craven County, nine teachers received extra money to spend on creative projects for the new year. The teachers were awarded grants from Partners in Education, a nonprofit organization that supports Craven County schools.
Liberia: USADF Signs Palm Oil Grants (AllAfrica.com)
The United States African Development Foundation held a grant signing ceremony today at their Washington, DC headquarters which was attended by the Libes dedicated to working directly with marginalized groups in Africa and, as USADF President Lloyd Pierson stated, ?The grants signed today focus on investing in African ideas with individual empowerment and economic security at the center of it ...
EPA Awards $182,000 in Environmental Education Grants (Kansas City InfoZine)
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 7 office has awarded nine grants totaling $182,000 to develop new environmental education projects. The proposals came from the four Region 7 states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.
King's Daughters and Sons awards more than $200,000 (Delta Democrat Times)
The Greenville chapter of King's Daughters and Sons awarded more than $200,000 in grants to local organizations in a special event at the Greenville Higher Education Center Thursday evening.
Healthcare workforce grants awarded (Black Hills Pioneer)
PIERRE - The South Dakota Healthcare Workforce Partnership Fund has awarded its first round of grants. Six health facilities and a social services agency will share $67,312 in grant funds to support workforce projects ranging from online education centers to camps that allow high school students to explore health careers.
Pennsylvania seeks federal grants for abstinence-only sex education (The Patriot-News)
Pennsylvania's health department is applying for $1.7 million in federal grants for abstinence-only sex education -- even though it conflicts with the Rendell administration's philosophy.
State's technical college system runs out of grants (The Capital Times)
MILWAUKEE --�An estimated 4,000 low-income technical college students may get less aid this fall because the state has run out of grant money for them. The state Higher educational Aids Board stopped giving Wisconsin Higher education Grants to students in the Wisconsin Technical College System on Aug. 21. Students applying after that date are being put on a wait list, but the agency's executive ...