Grant Guidelines & Checklists

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Grant Guidelines & Checklists2019-03-21T15:09:22+00:00

AENJ Personal & Community Grants

GUIDELINES AND CHECKLISTS

Applications DUE: April 15, 11:59 PM

AENJ Grant application materials are ONLY accepted through scholarship@aenj.org

Scholarship applications submitted by mail will not be accepted.

Please review the following guidelines to familiarize yourself with the requirements for the grant you are applying for BEFORE you complete the online application.

Click HERE for grant application form

Essays and statements can be typed using WORD then copied and pasted into the application form or they can be typed directly on the form. NOTE: there is no spellcheck.

All AENJ Personal and Community Grants require the following information:

    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • Home Address
    • Home City/Town
    • Home Zip Code
    • Email
    • Preferred Phone
    • School Name
    • Years in position

The AENJ Community Grants: Student Enrichment Grant and Special Events Grant require the above information AND these specific requirements:

  • Teacher recommendation letter (submitted through scholarship@aenj.org)
  • Grade category for your student
  • Grades 1-4
  • Grades 5-8
  • Grades 9-11
  • Student first name
  • Student last name
  • Parent/Guardian:
  • First name
  • Last name
  • Home street address
  • Home city/town
  • Zip code
  • Preferred email
  • Student statement (50-75 words)
  • Web address for the class/program/school where your student will attend
  • Cost/fee for the class
  • Four (4) digital images of the student’s artwork, submitted to scholarship@aenj.org AENJ Special Events Grant Requirements
  • Title of the program/event
  • Date of event
  • Location of event
  • Anticipated number of participants
  • Anticipated number of AENJ member participants
  • Supporting information of workshop coordinator
  • Other funding sources
  • Detailed list of expenses
  • Brief essay indicating the intent of this event, how this event will benefit the community, who the targeted audience is, and what the educational outcomes will be.