Grant Opportunity: The New York State Pathways in Technology Early College High School (NYS P-TECH) Program will prepare New York students for high-skills jobs of the future in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics, manufacturing, and finance. The model incorporates an integrated six-year program that combines high school, college, and career training and will be targeted to academically and economically at-risk students. These students have been traditionally underserved in postsecondary settings, and this program will result in a 2 year degree for the students along with helping to build the local talent pipeline to the workplace.
Eligibility: A New York State public school district or a BOCES must serve as the fiscal agent/applicant and is eligible to apply for this opportunity on behalf of a partnership, which must include a K-12 partner, a Higher Education partner and a Business/Employer. Additional partners may be included based on the needs identified in the geographic region being served.
Grant Amount: Up to a total of eight (8) awards will be made to eligible partnerships statewide. Awards start at $500,000 with a bonus of $100,000 for partnering with an in-demand industry partner (as defined by the NYS Department of Labor). Please see the RFP for detailed information on funding allocation.
- Questions Due: All questions must be submitted via e-mail to NYSPTECH@nysed.gov by September 3, 2019
- Due Date: Submit 1 original and 3 copies postmarked no later than October 1, 2019.
- A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that has been signed by all members of the partnership must be included. Applications that do not include a MOU signed by all mandatory partners will not be reviewed for consideration.
For more information: Please see the funding opportunity and link to RFP here. BRI has written two successful P-Tech grants and is available to help with your application. Click here to see more about our grant writing services.
Brockport Research Institute is a NYS certified woman-owned business enterprise that provides grant-writing, evaluation and professional learning services. For questions or more information on this or any other grant opportunity, please contact us at info@BrockportResearchInstitute.com or call Sara Silverstone at (585) 431-3416.