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1005FWD: Field Trip grant

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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    Oct 1, 2007
      >===== Original Message From Fonda Swimmer <fonda.swimmer@...> =====
      Please distribute to those who be interested in this opportunity.

      Thank you,

      Target Corporation Expands Student Field Trip Grant Program

      Deadline: November 1, 2007

      A philanthropic program of Target Corporation (
      http://www.target.com/ ), the Target Field Trip Grant program
      will award grants to schools across the United States for field
      trips in the spring of 2008.

      Grant-funded field trips may involve museum, environmental, or
      science projects; artistic and cultural experiences; and civics
      or community service projects. Grants may not be used for
      salaries or equipment.

      Education professionals, 18 years or older, who are employed by
      an accredited K-12 public, private, or charter school in the U.S.
      that maintain a 501(c)(3) or a 509(a)(1) tax-exempt status are
      eligible to apply. Educators, teachers, principals,
      paraprofessionals, or classified staff of these institutions must
      be willing to plan and execute a field trip that will provide a
      demonstrable learning experience for students. Previous
      recipients of a Target Field Trip Grant are not eligible to

      Up to 1,600 grants of up to $1,000 each will be awarded in
      February 2008.

      Visit the Target Web site for complete program information.

      RFP Link:

      For additional RFPs in Education, visit:

      Mansel A. Nelson
      Program Coordinator (Environmental Educator) Voice 928 523 1275/1496
      Environmental Education Outreach Program Fax 928 523 1280
      Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals mansel.nelson@...
      PO Box 5768
      Northern Arizona University Peterson Hall
      Flagstaff, AZ 86011 Bldg 22, Room 208
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