There are many professions far more lucrative than those in education - but for the most part, you aren't doing it for the money, you're doing it for the intangible reward of helping students learn. And with schools trying to provide so much with so little, choices are forced to be made. And that's why, according to a survey of 1,800 public and private school teachers following the 2015-2016 school year, the average American teacher spends $600 of his/her own money every year on basic supplies.
With this in mind, we at VariQuest, being passionate about education, want to help. There are many federal, state, and private funding streams available for any number of projects in schools, and the process of applying can be intimidating, so we've developed a free guide to help you learn how to write a grant.
Similar to applying for a job, though every job is different and requirements vary, there are a few "template" pieces you can prepare in advance to rock your next grant application. Within this guide we've provided a checklist of items, including samples, to walk you through the preparation steps.
Download our eBook, "How to Write a Grant", to learn about what the application process entails, view samples of the pieces that make up an application, and of course - read about common grant opportunities and locate online resources for matching your needs to funding sources available to your school!
It's completely free - so download it, save it, and let us know what you think! We've made it our mission to support yours - in a quest to engage every learner.
Want to speak with an expert on this topic? Request a Meeting with one of our education consultants to talk more about funding streams available in the edusphere, and how the VariQuest Visual and Kinesthetic Learning Tools perfectly align with many of those opportunities!