Webinar: Applying for 2023 Aim High Grant for Middle School OST Programs – Dec 15
Posted by Afterschool Alliance on December 13, 2022
The New York Life Foundation will make 40 grants to out-of-school time programs serving youth, specifically middle schoolers, through their Aim High local RFP grant program. Join us for this webinar on December 15th 3:00 PM ET to learn more about the funding opportunity, eligibility requirements, and expectations. The speakers will be Marlyn Torres, Senior Program Officer at the New York Life Foundation, and Tiyana Glenn, Project Manager at the Afterschool Alliance, and co-administrator of the grant application and review process. Review the application beforehand, have your questions ready, and hear tips on submitting a strong application.
The Aim High program is part of the New York Life Foundation’s ongoing investment in middle school OST programs to help eighth-graders reach ninth grade on track and on time. The grant program will fund a total of 40 afterschool, summer and expanded learning programs nationwide, based on a competitive application process.
Applications are due February 1, 2023 at 5 p.m. ET. To learn more about this grant opportunity, view the full RFP and submit your application here.
- Marlyn Torres, Senior Program Officer, New York Life Foundation
- Tiyana Glenn, Project Manager, Afterschool Alliance
- Dan Gilbert, Director of Whole Child Initiatives, Afterschool Alliance
- Aim High Grant Program – Homepage
- Aim High Grant Program – Application Portal
- Aim High Grant Program – Frequently Asked Questions
- Aim High Grant Program – Full Request for Proposals (PDF)
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