The Sprint Character Education Grant Program accepts applications for funding of programs promoting leadership, youth volunteerism, character education, and school pride.
Grants will fund the purchase of resource materials, supplies, teacher training, and equipment that facilitates character education for K-12 students, such as the Second Step or Steps to Respect programs.
Public schools may apply for individual school grants up to $5,000, and public school districts can apply for district-wide grants up to $25,000.
The grant application period begins January 4 and ends February 5, 2010.
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Preparing grant applications can be a bit challenging.
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