MiSTEM grants available

LANSING — The MiSTEM Network announced $200,000 in 3-P STEM Education Grant funding is now available for eligible Michigan schools to increase access to real-world science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and career exposure for K-12 students.

The Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity’s MiSTEM Network will award grants for efforts to incorporate place-based approaches and real-world experiences that engage students and prepare them for careers in a variety of STEM fields. To help schools accomplish these goals, Michigan Department of Education and LEO’s MiSTEM Network have developed resources, information and opportunities for students and educators.

This year’ s grant funding is available through a

request for proposals to fund at least 10 proposals, with a maximum award of $20,000. Grants will be awarded to STEM educators interested in or already using 3-P learning to test MiSTEM playbooks and help model successful implementation of 3-P learning in other schools.

The deadline ito apply April 14. For more information and to apply for the grant funding, visit www.michigan.gov/MiSTEM.


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