Soon: Apr 21, 2011 Amount Available
Number of Awards
Many: 100 Agency
Bureau of Justice Assistance
Second Chance Act Adult Mentoring Grants to Nonprofit Organizations The Basics: This program provides funds for mentoring projects to promote the safe and successful reintegration into the community of adults who have been incarcerated.
BJA identifies some underlying principles of quality mentoring that provide the foundation around which effective mentoring systems are built as: 1) Program support and commitment to the More information is available at mentoring process, 2) Careful se- http://goo.gl/NSuUW lection of qualified mentors, and processes to match mentors and offenders, 3) Professional development for mentors, 4) Mentoring content (i.e., resources, materials,
Challenge Grants The Basics: This program provides funds to secure long-term improvements in and support for their humanities programs and resources.
This is a very flexible program in that its funding can either be used to establish small endowments or fund single-expenditure projects with long term effects. Special encouragement is given to projects that respond to NEHâ€™s Bridging Cultures initiative, plans to strengthen the technological infrastructure of humanities institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Tribal Colleges and Universities, and two-year colleges. Most relevant to local governp.46 ~ The Fundbook | May 2011
training, etc.) based on recognized adult basic, education instructional skills and knowledge, and content and strategies individualized to the needs of participants, and 5) Ongoing data collection and evaluation systems to foster continuous improvement. Only non-profits are eligible. Perhaps you would like to refer this grant to one in your community. Â§
ments: 4- and 2-year colleges and universities, museums, public libraries, and historic sites are all eligible to apply. Â§ More information is available at http://goo.gl/fUwJ3
Soon: May 4, 2011 Amount Available
Number of Awards
Medium: 20 Agency
Endowment for the Humanities
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