The National Student Program is now accepting applications for the NEASP CREATE Grants. Deadline for applications is .
This is a new grant that will replace the former CLASS and SOAR grants. The Criteria and Guidelines are attached.
CREATE Grants are chapter and/or statewide community service projects that positively promote the NEA Student Program through strategies designed to enhance public education, increase advocacy and outreach to communities; support younger educators involvement in the Association; and supports the development of innovative approaches to engagement.
CREATE grants will be awarded for projects that align with the one or more of the core values of the NEA Student Program: Teacher Quality (up to $3,000), Community Outreach (up to $3,000), and Political Action (up to $2,000). If you are applying for more than one grant, you will need to submit a separate application for each category.
ALL GRANT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY USING THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://adobeformscentral.com/
Or via the attached Adobe form (this form will be submitted electronically after it is filled out, be sure to keep copies for your files). No paper grants will be accepted.
If you need to attach additional documents, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the Project Name, Campus or State Chapter, and State Affiliate name in the body of the email.
All applications requesting amounts over $1,000 must include a 1-3 minute video presentation describing the project. Applications that require a video submission will be narrowed down and featured online for public voting. The top three videos in each pillar/category will be awarded their requested grant amount.
·Introduce your project/Description of your project
VIDEOS MUST INCLUDE: Name of project/event and who is included (state affiliate, partner orgs, etc.); Location of project/event; Short description (MAXIMUM 100 words); and the NEASP Core Value in which the project/event falls (Community Outreach, Political Action, or Teacher Quality)
· The video must be uploaded in either Youtube or Vimeo and the link shared in the appropriate space in the application form.
·Video submissions may be used for voting purposes.
·Videos may be posted online for public voting.
·Be sure that the content and length requirements are met, and that sound and video quality are good.
·Emphasis is placed on concept and the message, not on production values; effectively convey that message to the judges.
·Be creative and really market your project!
Document: CREATE Grant Criteria
If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com