Grants are available to institutions and organizations that have proven programs designed to provide teachers with experiences designed to enhance their science teaching. Programs must be rigorous and assist teachers in instruction in core curriculum content area as well as providing information and experience on innovative teaching techniques.

Additionally, grants will be awarded to institutions that provide opportunities to high school students expressing interest in science education as a career. Programs must be rigorous and designed to encourage students to pursue science teaching.
Special consideration will be given to those institutions providing opportunities to urban educators and students.

Applications should include the following information:

•Program Name
•Length of time program has been in existence
•Name and address and contact information of program manager
•Major mission of the program
•Names of institution board members (where applicable)
•Outline of program goals and objectives
•Names of instructors or other program staff and their duties
•Statement on how this grant would further the goals of the Bonazzi Foundation
•Other relevant information


Measuring the Heights Of Trees

Meet the 2011 Grant Winners
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for new photos from The Life Science Field Training Institiute.

The Bonazzi Foundation for the Promotion of Science Education teams up with The Pinelands Alliance to bring The Life Science Field Training Institiute this summer.
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William P. Ersing accepts the Bonazzi Foundation scholarship for students pursuing a career in Science Education.
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