Submit Proposals for Cycle I Grants and the ALSBS Lead In Awards By March 7
Our reviewers are excited to read about the innovative new humanities projects under development in Washington, DC! Here is an overview of our upcoming grant deadlines. Submit proposals soon for the Cycle I Open Humanities Grants, Commemoration and Remembrance Grants, and the ALSBS Lead In Award. All materials are due by midnight on Friday, March 7.
Cycle I Open Humanities Grants – This grant funds projects that bring the humanities disciplines to the people of Washington, DC. The final application for the MAJOR grant ($1500-$5000) is open only to those who submitted a preliminary proposal and have been invited to apply. The application for the SMALL grant (up to $1500) required no preliminary proposal and is open to the public. Click here to begin your online application.
Commemoration and Remembrance Grant (Up to $2000) – This grant seeks to preserve and promote the celebration of DC’s most historic events and occasions. This grant required no preliminary proposal and is open to the public. Click here to begin your online application.
ALSBS Lead In Award ($2500 award, half of which is to be used to develop a curriculum module) – This is an award for Excellence in teaching leadership to high school students through the humanities in Washington, DC. The nominations for this award required no preliminary application. All materials are due March 7. Click here to begin your online application. Or, if you would prefer not to log on to our online grants system, use the alternative application form.