Grants for Education and Community Based Projects Related to Immigration

aic_logoThe American Immigration Council is a nonprofit that supports undocumented immigrants nationwide. They have legal, education, policy, and exchange programs. Their Community Education Center awards grants ranging from $100 to $500 to support community-based projects and classroom teachers who teach about immigration.

This year, they are looking to support projects specifically related to:

  • Community outreach and partnerships with community based organizations
  • Service-Learning
  • Grants focused on the teaching and learning of fundamental constitutional rights (due process) and/or border issues
  • Math, science, and the arts
  • Innovative use of technology

To learn more information about the grants and how to apply please visit: “Community Grants

The next deadline for submissions is November 5th, 2015!

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