We encourage you to compose your responses to the grant application questions in a Word document and save the document. Then, download to the application form.
Recommendations for use, but not limited to:
Since this is an NSF grant, we must follow their guidelines. The following items are NOT covered by the grant:
The RAIN STEM grant is an informal STEM grant. Therefore, it cannot be used in a K-12 classroom, during the instructional day. However, funds can be used for programs outside the school day.
Yes, for sustainability and impact, we encourage partnerships with regional businesses and organizations.
You should apply for your event approximately 3 months in advance. We will NOT fund retroactively.
Yes, we highly encourage the use of proper grammar and language in the grant applications. For assistance, you can use software like, Grammarly.
Upon funding you will be asked to submit the following documents:
A RIC member will be assigned as a Mentor to support your implementation of the award.
We ask that you be prepared to do the following:
We encourage you to consider the feedback you receive and then resubmit if you choose.
©2017 RAIN — Innovations in development project DRL#1612555 funded by the National Science Foundation.