Grants of $25,000-$100,000 are available. The Youth Advisory Board grants funds for student-led service-learning projects in the United States and in the Alberta, New Brunswick and Ontario provinces of Canada. Applications for the upcoming granting period will be available in February 2012.
To learn more about State Farm Youth Advisory Board Service Learning Grants.
The award is conferred on a practicing scholar in mid-career with an established reputation for publishing outstanding research on any aspect of Canadian post secondary education. In reviewing and evaluating nominations, members of the committee shall consider the quality of scholarship and the contribution of each candidate to the study of higher education in Canada.
To learn more about Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education Research Award.
Max Bell Foundation is a Canadian independent grantmaking foundation that pursues its mission and strategic priority by supporting Canadian registered charities with Project Grants, Internship Grants, and Senior Fellow Grants. The Foundation has funded a number of campus-community partnerships. They encourage the development of innovative ideas that impact public policies and practices with an emphasis on health and wellness, education, and the environment.
To learn more about The Max Bell Foundation.
Individuals may be nominated for an OCUFA teaching award on the basis of outstanding performance in teaching, course development, development of innovative teaching methods and publications related to teaching, among other areas.
To learn more about Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations Teaching Awards.
As a national funder in Canada, the Foundation’s focus is on projects and initiatives that extend to all regions of the country, or that address issues from a national perspective. In considering new proposals, the Foundation asks: what impact will this have on communities across Canada? Canada’s geographic reach and cultural diversity afford opportunities for learning from the application of new ideas in different settings. Several of their initiatives support efforts to address issues like poverty or sustainability at the community level, while sharing lessons learned with other project sites across the country. The foundation also supports dissemination of locally generated solutions that have demonstrated potential to benefit communities elsewhere.
To learn more about The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation.
The Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Award recognizes exemplary partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions that build on each other's strengths to improve higher education, civic engagement, and the overall health of communities. The intent of the award is to highlight the power and potential of community-campus partnerships as a strategy for social justice. The award recognizes partnerships that are striving to achieve the systems and policy changes needed to overcome the root causes of health, social, environmental and economic inequalities. Nominations are due January 12, 2012.
To learn more about Campus-Community Partnership for Health Annual Award.