Presentation on theme: "Looking Back – Moving Forward – Since 1964 Supporting intercultural understanding and educational excellence."— Presentation transcript:
Looking Back – Moving Forward – Since 1964 Supporting intercultural understanding and educational excellence
Content: Brief History of the Foundation Project Funding Seminars in Purposeful Living Professional Development Opportunities Cornetet Individual Awards Cornetet Seminar Awards State Organization Liaisons Public Relations Invitation to Help
Initial Board of Trustees
Project North America, , established a professional cooperative relationship between the Educational Foundation and the Navajo Community College, Many Farms, AZ.
TEFTThe Educational Foundation Thrust 80 for the 80s80¢ for 10 years Two for Two Thousand Make-a-Miracle Bequests $50 candles
Books Build Bridges EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION Looking Back – Moving Forward – Since 1964
Educational Enrichment for Indigenous Students in Santa Avelina, Guatemala
After School Science Program
Ethiopia Reads: Donkey Mobile Library Project
Ethiopia Reads: L awrence, KS / Rural Ethiopia
2014 – 2015 Funded Projects 15 Renewed Projects $41, New Projects $58,264 Total Funding $99,830
How do I apply? Access applications at Complete application on any topic Attach documentation (Electronic Links are not acceptable) Submit electronically to be received by January 3
SEMINARS IN PURPOSEFUL LIVING
2006 Solvang, CA 2008 Dubuque, IA
2010 Tacoma, WA 2012 Washington, D.C.
CORNETET INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
Available to all employed educators who meet the criteria Awards (money) given to individual educators to assist participation in professional development opportunities Through approved professional development providers at colleges, universities, and professional organizations other than The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Apply February 1, May 1, September 1 Cornetet Individual Professional Development (CIPD)
CIPD Awards will fund participation in Conferences Seminars Lecture series National certification Online courses Workshops and other non-degree programs
CIPD awards may fund travel, lodging, meals, pay for substitutes, registration fees, etc. Awards may not be used to reimburse for activities already completed, to pursue a degree program, or to fund an educational project.
CIPD opportunites that have been awarded Courses for Elementary and Pre-school Teachers National Board Certification Math Reading Reading and Writing Information & Communications Tech Science
Disqualifications: Degree program Responses are incomplete Signature not included Lack of original documentation Reimbursement Not yet accepted for National Board Certification Unemployed Previously awarded Dated after deadline
CORNETET SEMINAR AWARDS Lynna Gene Cook, NE
Cornetet Seminar Award EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION Looking Back – Moving Forward – Since 1964 Funding to improve and enrich education Granted to organizations within DKG to sponsor professional development seminars that are open to ALL educators Up to $10,000 November 1 application date
What have been some Seminar topics? EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION Looking Back – Moving Forward – Since 1964 Bullying Research Technology Literacy Numeracy
STATE ORGANIZATION LIAISONS
How do I become a liaison? What does a liaison do ?
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION Looking Back – Moving Forward – Since 1964
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INVITATION TO HELP!
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