The Jack Miller Center: 2020-2021 Call for Proposals
The Jack Miller Center is now accepting proposals for grants of up to $10,000 in support of new campus programs or the expansion of existing campus programs for the 2020-2021 academic year. This call is open to the public, so feel free to circulate this announcement to any teachers, scholars, and administrators who may be interested in submitting a proposal. The deadline for submission has been extended to July 15th.
A successful application will establish:
- The need for a new program, or the need to expand an existing program, on your college or university campus.
- How the new program or program expansion will advance JMC’s mission.
- Clear goals for measuring your program’s success.
- The ability to secure matching funds or other support from the university and/or other sources, and in general the ability to create a sustainable program without long-term commitment from the Jack Miller Center.
- In addition to other programming, provisions to hold at least one Constitution Day-related event.
Above all the successful program will demonstrate that the director has developed a clear and thoughtful strategy for achieving its goals with respect to both programming and sustainable funding.
Accepted proposals will be awarded up to $10,000 for the 2020-2021 academic year. Subsequent awards are not guaranteed and may be contingent upon need, performance, and the ability of the program to demonstrate support from its institution and other funding sources.
To apply for this award, fill out this form and attach a proposal. The proposal should include a proposal letter, a proposed budget, and any data or materials that might be relevant to your case. Please direct any questions about your application to Tom Cleveland, JMC’s academic programs officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submission has been extended to July 15, 2020
About the Jack Miller Center:
The Jack Miller Center partners with faculty, administrators, and donors to transform student access to education in American political thought and history, an education necessary for informed civic engagement. We aim to help provide coming generations the opportunity for an education grounded in a commitment to the values of liberty and equal opportunity. It’s with this goal in mind that JMC works to build a community of professors committed to this education, develop a network of partner programs that will sustain this work on individual campuses, conduct national programs, and support a community of donors with research and services that allow them to invest in this higher education intelligently.
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