Applications are open for Rural Gateways grants for librarians in rural public libraries who are interested in providing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programming for adults.
Here are four grant opportunities for which you can apply this month:
1. Children’s Book Project Grant for rural libraries
Hoping to attend a workshop, conference or other library continuing education program within or outside Wisconsin? Going back to school for a master’s degree?
→ The Wisconsin Library Association Foundation supports several annual scholarships for library education (approximately $900 - $1600) and continuing education (approximately $800 - $1100) for WLA members and prospective or continuing students.
Here are three grant opportunities for which you can apply this month. They're listed in chronological order by application deadline date.
Use November to apply for these grants & awards; ten of the eleven grants listed have a deadline date of December 1st.