Sprint Character Education Grant Program

Posted by on December 7, 2009

Through the Sprint Character Education Grant Program, the Sprint Foundation will award grants to school districts and individual schools to fund the purchase of resource materials, supplies, equipment and software that facilitates and encourages character education among K-12 students. With a national reach, the program is open to all US public schools (K-12) and US public school districts.

The Sprint Character Education Grant program will accept applications for Character Education programs that promote youth leadership, youth volunteerism, school pride and a positive school culture.

Examples of programs that the Sprint Foundation will fund include:
• Character education curriculum and character education teacher training
• Direct project related costs for community service/service learning programs
• Leadership and mentor training

Application period January 4 – February 5; apply online.


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