Foundation provides funding to U.S. high schools to promote STEM innovation
in the classrooms. Grants will be up to $2,500 for
awarded STEM programs/projects. This is a joint effort
between Nokia and the AFCEA Educational
Foundation to help augment cost to students inside or
outside of the classroom for the purpose of STEM such as
robotics clubs, cyber clubs and other STEM related
activities to enhance STEM learning to students.
applying for the grant must be teaching a science,
technology, engineering or math (STEM)
subject at a high school
in the United States and be a U.S. citizen. The awards are
available to public and private schools.