- CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Program
The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation's Teachers and Technology grants are designed to help fund projects that advance student success through the innovative use of technology.
- Great Outdoors Colorado: School Yard Initiative Grant
Our School Yard Initiative (SYI) funds projects to inspire more active physical play and enhance outdoor learning on school grounds. All projects must be designed, in part, by students.
- LifeChanger of the Year
LifeChanger of the Year is an annual program sponsored by National Life Group that recognizes and rewards K-12 educators and school employees across the country.
- National Excellence in Urban Education Award Program
Each year NCUST holds it's National Excellence in Urban Education Education symposium, part of which is an awards ceremony to acknowledge and reward outstanding urban school who have raised the bar for urban schools everywhere. (Current application window is closed.)
- National Merit Scholarship
The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955, which recognizes outstanding student performance on the PSAT/NMSQT.
- National WWII Museum Annual Essay Contest
Annual student essay contest sponsored by the National WWII Museum. Eligible applicants are any middle and high school students. (Current application window is closed.)
- The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
Each year Prudential selects a group of young Americans to the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program for national recognition based on their outstanding achievements in community service.
- School Wellness Funding and Awards
View multiple funding and award opportunities available on the Office of School Nutrition's School Wellness page.
- The Succeeds Prize
The Succeeds Prize honors the transformational impact Colorado’s public schools and educators are leading across the state. It also serves as a year-long campaign to implement and scale successful innovations and best practices so that every student in Colorado can benefit.
- Botvin Lifeskills Training (LST_ High School Program
The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) at the University of Colorado Boulder is offering a grant to implement the evidence-informed Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) High School program with Colorado students in grade 9. LST High School is a 10-session social and emotional skill-building, as well as a substance abuse (including vaping) and violence prevention curriculum.
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