A+ for Energy
California and Texas K-12 teachers can apply for the BP A+ energy grants. The Program was developed by BP to recognize teachers for innovation and excellence in teaching energy and/or energy conservation in the classroom. BP will award up to $1.5 million in grants to K-12 California teachers for innovative classroom, after- school, extra-curricular, or summer activities focused on energy and/or energy conservation.
Air Force Association
The Educator Grant program is designed to promote aerospace education activities in classrooms from kindergarten through twelfth grades. The program encourages the development of innovative aerospace activities within the prescribed curriculum. The program also encourages establishing an active relationship between the school and the local Air Force Association organization.
American Chemical Society
Endowed by the Hach Scientific Foundation, the ACS-Hach Programs provide scholarships and grants to high school chemistry teachers dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of chemistry in their classrooms.
American Honda Foundation
Schools, along with other non-profit organizations, can apply to the foundation for the promotion of youth and scientific education.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
The AIAA offers classroom grants of up to $200 for science and math programs. K-12 teachers who use science, math, or technology in the classroom can apply.
Mini-grants are available from the Entomological Foundation for curriculum development efforts or workshops emphasizing the uses of insects in K-12 educational settings.
MG Ardia Environmental Foundation
K-12 educators can apply for a grant of up to $1,500 to be used towards innovative environmental education. Projects should support curricula that empower and encourage students to become involved in solving environmental and social problems as informed decision makers through an emphasis on the application of basic ecological principles.
National Geographic in the Field
Teacher grants are given directly to educators to facilitate their work in promoting and increasing geographic literacy in the classroom, school, district, and/or community. Teacher grant applications are accepted from any current teacher or administrator in an accredited K-12 school within the United States and Canada. Projects that have outreach to urban areas are particularly encouraged.
National Weather Association, Sol Hirsch Fund Grants
Five hundred dollar grants are available annually from the NWA for K-12 teachers who help to improve meteorology education for their students. The selected teachers can use the funds to take an accredited course in atmospheric sciences, attend a relevant workshop or conference, or purchase scientific materials and equipment for the classroom.
Sea World/Busch Gardens Environmental Excellence Awards
Up to $10,000 to student/teacher groups for projects tackling environmental issues.