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How to Fund and Sustain your American Graduate Project

Federal and foundation opportunities to further stations’ efforts in the American Graduate initiative.
The Grant Center Drafts APTS Comments on the Department of Education’s Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2011-2014

APTS comments on the DOE’s Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2011 – 2014 providing greater opportunities for public media involvement in education. Filed January 24, 2012.
New Year, New Opportunities

New competitions for federal funds may start in the coming months -- find out what's on the horizon. Posted: January 6, 2012.
Promise Neighborhood Grants Announced: Partnerships Still Possible

Promise Neighborhood grants were awarded to 20 organizations last month, but the program continues to provide a nice opportunity for stations to build partnerships as outreach efforts begin.
Decoding the 2012 Federal Budget Talks

This article will give you an update, as of December 2011, on where the appropriations legislation stands, and what it could mean for public media. Posted: December 6, 2011.
Grant Center Provides Resources to Extend CPB Initiatives

If your station is involved in either CPB's American Graduate or the Women and Girls Lead initiative, use The Grant Center's resources to seek funding to extend the reach or length of your project.
Art Works Grant Winners Announced!

Three stations, with awards ranging from $30,000 to $45,000, are among the 823 winners of the National Endowment for the Art’s Art Works program.
Congratulations to the "Rural Digital" Grantees!

There are 15 public television stations who received U.S. Dept of Agriculture awards ranging from $25,540 – $750,000.
Grant Center Presentation at the 2011 NETA Conference

Download the Power Point slides from The Grant Center's presentation at the 2011 NETA Conference.
New Momentum for ESEA: The Senate's Draft and the Law's Future

The Senate is moving forward with reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Learn about the new and returning education programs in the current draft. Posted: November 1, 2011.

WEBINARS/CONFERENCE CALLS

The Grant Center Announces a 2017-2018 Webinar Series on Evaluation
Learn more and register for our three-part evaluation webinar series.
Through the Looking Glass: Distribution and Reflections
Date and time TBA. The final webinar in our evaluation series will help attendees understand how to communicate their impact to potential funders.

NEWSLETTERS

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