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National Agriculture in the Classroom

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Grants and Scholarships

CHS Foundation

CHS Foundation Classroom Grant Program

2021 CHS Foundation Classroom Grant Application Now Closed

CHS Foundation provides $500 grants each year to pre-kindergarten-12th grade teachers who have classroom projects that use agricultural concepts to teach reading, writing, math, science, social studies and more. Eligible projects include classroom and schoolyard gardens, embryology projects, aquaculture projects and agricultural literacy reading programs to name a few. The CHS Classroom Grant application is now available and the deadline for applications is Sept. 15. Teachers have until June 1 the following year to complete the project and submit a final report. Only state-certified classroom teachers employed by a school district or private school teachers are eligible to apply.

2022 CHS Foundation Scholarships to Attend NAITC Conference!
Due April 4, 2022

CHS Foundation provides scholarships to pre-kindergarten-12th grade teachers to attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference each year. The scholarship covers a $435 early conference registration for teachers selected. The deadline for applications is early spring, and recipients are notified within a month to give them time to make travel arrangements to attend the conference. Only state-certified classroom teachers who are employed by a school district or private school are eligible to apply.

Native American Agriculture Fund

Native American Agriculture Fund Scholarship Program

National Conference Scholarships for Educators of Native American Affiliation or Students

The Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF) is partnering with National Agriculture in the Classroom to offer scholarships to teachers of Native American ancestry or Native American students to attend the 2022 National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference. The scholarship covers early registration of $435 and travel to the conference. Eligible applicants are teachers at a Tribal government operated school, a Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) school or a BIE-supported school; a school on a reservation teaching Native American students, a non-reservation school that has a high percentage of Native American students, or teachers with a Tribal affiliation.
The deadline for applications has passed.