The Nevada Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation and Technology recently released four grant funding opportunities “to strengthen STEM in Nevada,” according to a Nov. 29 press release.
The K-5 STEM Classroom Grant provides up to $1,500 per classroom for teachers to purchase high-quality STEM education materials. Applications are due Dec. 17.
The K-5 STEM Program Grant provides up to $20,000 per school to implement school-wide programming and/or training for programs on the STEM Advisory Council’s List of Recommended STEM Programs. Applications are also due Dec. 17.
The Workforce Talent Pipeline Development Grant has $500,000 available to create training programs provided by consortiums of secondary education, postsecondary education, and Nevada’s STEM industries. Applications are due Jan. 17, 2022.
Lastly, the Workforce Challenge Grant has $500,000 in funding available to create workforce training programs for in-demand, industry-recognized STEM skills. Applications are due Jan. 22, 2022.
Go to osit.nv.gov/grants/grants to learn more and to apply.