Grants for Science

A+ for Energy - Allows teacher’s energy education projects to become a reality. A+ for Energy will invest up to $10,000 to bring creative and engaging ideas to life in K-12 classrooms across Alberta.

American Chemical Society -  Endowed by the Hach Scientific Foundation, the ACS-Hach Programs provide scholarships and grants to high school chemistry teachers dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of chemistry in their classrooms.

 American Honda Foundation - Schools, along with other non-profit organizations, can apply to the foundation for the promotion of youth and scientific education.

 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics - The AIAA offers classroom grants of up to $200 for science and math programs. K-12 teachers who use science, math, or technology in the classroom can apply.

Entomological Foundation - Mini-grants are available from the Entomological Foundation for curriculum development efforts or workshops emphasizing the uses of insects in K-12 educational settings.

National Geographic in the Field - Teacher grants are given directly to educators to facilitate their work in promoting and increasing geographic literacy in the classroom, school, district, and/or community. Teacher grant applications are accepted from any current teacher or administrator in an accredited K-12 school within the United States and Canada. Projects that have outreach to urban areas are particularly encouraged.

National Science Teachers Association - The NSTA has more than a dozen grant and recognition programs for teachers.

National Weather Association, Sol Hirsch Fund Grants - Five hundred dollar grants are available annually from the NWA for K-12 teachers who help to improve meteorology education for their students. The selected teachers can use the funds to take an accredited course in atmospheric sciences, attend a relevant workshop or conference, or purchase scientific materials and equipment for the classroom.

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow - to raise student interest in STEM subjects

Sea World/Busch Gardens Environmental Excellence Awards - Up to $10,000 to student/teacher groups for projects tackling environmental issues.