Deadline: May 12, 2017

The STEM Education Grants program seeks to combat inequities that exist in STEM education and attainment. Data demonstrates that high attrition and low proficiency remain a challenge among minorities in STEM education, and women and minorities groups remain significantly underrepresented in the STEM workforce. GM will fund programs targeted towards youth in grades 3- 12 that take an innovative and evidence-based approach toward achieving the following three outcomes: increasing the number of students who ultimately earn STEM degrees; increasing the presence, achievement and persistence levels for underrepresented minorities in STEM field; and increasing the number of qualified STEM subject teachers. .

Grants awarded in amounts of $25,000 and above.

Please Note: The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (CHHCS) does not administer this funding opportunity.

Please contact the General Motors for more information and to apply for this funding.

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