Education Technology

Leveraging Stimulus Funding To Move K–12 and After-School STEM Initiatives Forward

June 3, 2021 | Noon – 1:30 p.m. Central / 1 – 2:30 p.m. Eastern
Presenter: Elizabeth Evans

Join us for the June TI Talks event with Elizabeth Evans, Senior Grants Development Consultant at Grants Office.

Evans will focus on STEM-friendly stimulus funding for K–12 and after-school programs. She will discuss:

  • How this new influx of funding can be leveraged for STEM initiatives
  • How to position a request for funding to any source
  • Highlights of schools that are leading the way

For more information, please see the preview of the presentation to the right and the session description below.

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Elizabeth Evans
Senior Grants Development Consultant
Grants Office, LLC
Rochester, New York

Evans is a Senior Grants Development Consultant for Grants Office, LLC and manages the education team. She supports local school districts, colleges and universities, workforce training entities, and nonprofit organizations to find and apply for relevant grant funding opportunities. With over 10 years of experience within both K–12 and higher education, she has worked with a variety of grant programs from federal funds like ARRA, to private, corporate funders like the Lowe’s Foundation.

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Session details:

Education Stabilization Funding from three rounds of stimulus — most recently the new American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 — has dramatically increased the resources available for schools to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. But this historic funding has also presented schools across the country with an opportunity to transform their educational service delivery models and advance in-school and after-school STEM projects that had been progressing slowly or not at all.

Join Grants Office Senior Grants Development Consultant Elizabeth Evans for a review of the STEM-friendly stimulus funding for K–12 and after-school programs. We will cover how this new influx of funding can be leveraged for STEM initiatives, how to position a request for funding to any source, as well as highlights of schools that are leading the way.

Who should attend:

  • K–12 school and district STEM leaders
  • Education service center leaders
  • University and community college faculty
  • Community organizations focused on STEM
  • State education leaders in math, science, STEM, CTE and workforce
  • Grant writers
Questions:

Please contact Wendy Peel, wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.