Stem & Technical Skill Fund in United States
This competitive application process is open to Burlington-based non-profit or entrepreneurial support organizations well-positioned to support teaching technical skills, STEM education, and workforce development for the Burlington youth and workforce, principally those for whom this would create new economic opportunities.
This community support fund is intended to support STEM programs, workforce development, and workforce training for Burlington residents. BTV Ignite will administer this competitive application process and the BTV Ignite Board will make the final funding allocation decisions.
As part of the City negotiated Burlington Telecom Asset Purchase Agreement Schurz communications Inc. committed to provide $500,000 over ten years to the Burlington community by providing funding for organizations focused on providing basic technical skills and STEM training for Burlington’s high school students and workforce.
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The BTV Ignite Board reserves the right to award single, multiple, or partial grants as part of the competitive process.
Applicants may apply for grants ranging in value from $5,000 to $50,000 per year of grant award.
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Applicants must be based in Burlington.
Applicants must demonstrate an ability to serve Burlington youth and workforce, principally those for whom this would create new economic opportunities.
Applicants must clearly explain how a proposed project provides new STEM or technical skills for Burlington youth and workforce, principally those for whom this would create new economic opportunities.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate how the proposed project helps meet an existing community need, whether it involves new or expanded programming. Measurable outcomes (not activities) will be the litmus test for judging quality applications.
Applicants must provide a 12-month operating budget per year of grant request, with revenues sufficient to cover proposed expenses.
For more information, visit https://www.btvignite.com/stem-technical-fund