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Synopsys Outreach Foundation
01/15/21 11:59 PM
Grants and in-kind support to California and Oregon K-12 teachers in eligible counties to develop and present science projects. Funding is intended to create and display science projects and for general science education programs for K-12 students. Schools in all California counties are eligible, as well as schools located in Hillsboro, Oregon. The program provides science project poster boards, science fair collateral materials, data measuring devices, and financial assistance for teachers and schools.
Grant and in-kind support vary based on geographic region:
East Side Union High School District: For additional information, see https://outreach-foundation.org/programs/science-project-materials/east-side-union-high-school-district/
Santa Clara County, CA: For additional information, see https://outreach-foundation.org/programs/science-project-materials/santa-clara-county-ca/
Schools in All California Counties Except Santa Clara: For additional information, see https://outreach-foundation.org/programs/science-project-materials/other-california/
Schools in Hillsboro, Oregon: For additional information, see https://outreach-foundation.org/programs/science-project-materials/hillsboro-oregon/
Understanding most teachers and students are currently working remotely, flexible resources have been added to this year’s package. In addition to the traditional supplies, teachers in Santa Clara County will be eligible to receive a membership to either RAFT, CASE, or NSTA – all of which will provide you with additional training and resources to help you execute project-based STEM remotely. You will also have the option of selecting one classroom kit that can be broken down and distributed to students outside of school.
GrantWatch ID#: 141227
East Side Union High School District: $200 per project payable to the teacher. Teachers with participants in sciencepalooza! may receive $150 per project.
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Synopsys Outreach Foundation
PO Box 61018
Palo Alto, CA 94306
USA: California; Oregon: Hillsboro
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