Fortinet Federal Teacher Grants
Fortinet Federal provides funding to U.S. high schools to promote STEM innovation in the classrooms. Grants will be up to $1,500 for awarded STEM programs/projects.
To be eligible, teachers applying for the grant must be teaching a science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) subject at a high school in the United States, or at any DoDEA school, and schools in all 50 states grants up to $1,500. The grants will be applied toward materials and resources to support STEM programs and activities. Schools with high economic need (over 50 percent of the students qualifying for free or reduced lunch assistance) will be given priority consideration to support digital equality. Innovative distance and virtual learning projects and programs will be considered.
Eligibility for Fortinet Federal Grants for STEM Teachers
- Currently be teaching science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) in grades 9-12 in the United States or at any DoDEA school.
- Submit a detailed proposal outlining the program or area of need including:
- Title and description
- Goals and objectives
- Costs and budget
- Number of students impacted
- Include a letter of recommendation from the school principal.
- Only one Fortinet Federal Teacher Grant will be awarded per school in the 2022-23 school year.
Opportunities for Volunteers to Participate
Fortinet Federal would like to involve employee volunteers to participate in these projects, programs, or culminating activities. Proposals should include plans for volunteer opportunities including but not limited to:
- Program/project participation in classrooms
- Extracurricular program/project participation
- Fair or activity judging
- Program preparation activities
- Presentation of awards or grants
Applications are accepted and awarded on a rolling basis.