Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. Workforce Development Grants
The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. is inviting College & Career Academies (CCA) and school districts with one or more Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) programs in the state of Georgia to submit grant proposals to support Workforce Development. Through this funding, the Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. seeks to invest in building or sustaining capacity at CCA and CTAE to better serve students and instructors and in program alignment of educational and training pathways to meet workforce needs of businesses in local communities. The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. is issuing this Request for Proposals in partnership with the Georgia Foundation for Public Education and expects proposals of $10,000 - $25,000 with a total expected investment in 2020 of $250,000.
Proposal Submittal Instructions
Application deadline is September 30, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Late applications will not be reviewed.
The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. will consider proposals meeting the following criteria:
- Public schools, school systems, or College & Career Academes in Georgia; private schools are not eligible.
- Only one submission per school district is allowable; more than one submission will disqualify all applications from the district.
- The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. does not support organizations whose policies or actions discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age or disability.
- The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. does not support projects designed to mitigate legal or regulatory compliance obligations or tied to ongoing legal or regulatory action.
Required Proposal Elements
In 250 words or less, describe the program’s activities or inputs. Please include how you will ensure the program can be implemented immediately including a timeline with anticipated date of completion; and describe the steps you will take to ensure the program is successful.
Provide a narrative of 250 words or less that offers a concise description of the project you would like to implement, including how the funds will be used to address the need, overview of who will be served by the program, and a description of any partners and how they will support the project.
In 250 words or less, provide a description of the program outputs. Specifically, provide information on the specific type (grade level(s), subject area(s), etc.) and number of students/teachers/administrators the project will serve.
In 200 words or less, describe how the funds will be used including how much is being requested from the Georgia Power Foundation, including total costs, unmet funds and funds provided through in-kind and other partners.