Tribal Colleges Education Equity Grants Program
The Tribal Colleges Education Equity (TCEG) Grants Program provides funding to 1994 Tribal Colleges to help build education capacity in the food, agricultural, natural resource, and human sciences (FANH) for American Indian students.
Projects should reflect the National Institute of Food and Agriculture critical needs areas.
- Development of sustainable energy
- Increased global food security
- Adaptation and mitigation of agriculture and natural resources to global climate change
- Reduction of childhood and adolescent obesity
- Improved food safety
- Curricula design and materials development
- Faculty development and teacher preparation
- Student experiential learning
- Equipment and instrumentation for teaching
- Student recruitment and retention
- Instruction delivery systems and strategic partnerships
TCEG also focuses on development of leadership skills, knowledge, and qualities that are necessary to prepare students for agricultural and related careers in the private sector, government, and academia. Teaching applications must incorporate a leadership development component to equip students with technical and leadership abilities upon graduation.
Applications will be accepted from eligible 1994 Tribal Colleges.
Estimated total program funding: $3,400,000
Award amounts and expected number of awards were not provided.
Links to the full announcement and online application process are available through grants.gov.
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