Science Education Grants

a group of children gather round to learn about a bear pelt from a park ranger

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Science Education Grants

The mission of the Murie Science and Learning Center (MSLC) is to promote science and stewardship on behalf of national parks in Alaska. The MSLC Science Education Grants provide financial support for projects that serve youth (age 0-30) and introduce new audiences to park science. Funding for these grants is provided by Alaska Geographic using proceeds from educational programs offered through the MSLC.

The MSLC Science Education Grants are available to applicants from all Alaska national parks and their partner organizations and agencies. Budgets of $3,000 - $8,000 are typical, although larger, high-impact projects are also encouraged.

Science education project funds for MSLC partner parks are occasionally available at other times of the year. If you are out of phase with the funding deadline, please email the NPS MSLC coordinator to inquire about fund availability.

How to Apply

Applications for the Science Education Grants are due February 15, 2020. Details on how to apply are available in the call for proposals.

Science Education Grant Recipients

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