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Grants & Scholarships

National AITC Conference Scholarship for Teachers

Indiana Farm Bureau’s Farm Bureau Foundation sponsors teachers to attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference held annually in June. 

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National AITC Conference Scholarship for Volunteers

Indiana Farm Bureau’s Farm Bureau Foundation provides registered AITC volunteers a partial scholarship of up to $800 to attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference held annually in June.  

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White-Reinhardt Mini-Grants 

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture offers the White-Reinhardt Mini-Grant Program to fund projects that will increase agricultural literacy. County and state Farm Bureaus may apply for grants of up to $500 for classroom education programs for grades K-12 in order to initiate new agriculture literacy programs or expand existing programs. Grants are available on a competitive basis. 

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White-Reinhardt Scholarships

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture offers White-Reinhardt Scholarships to the attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference to full time educators and/or volunteers that actively participate in classroom ag literacy programs or events. This scholarship program is to provide travel expense funds to attend the national conference and then use the information gained to expand their outreach to students regarding food, fiber and fuel. 
Applications are due Oct. 15 of the program year.

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National Agriculture in the Classroom Scholarship

The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization with support from the CHS Foundation offers up to 55 scholarships for teachers to attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom conference. The scholarship applications are due in February and the conference is held in June.

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CHS Classroom Grant 

The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization with financial support from the CHS Foundation offers five $1,500 grants to be awarded to kindergarten through 12th grade core education teachers whose innovative classroom projects use agricultural concepts to teach reading, writing, math, nutrition, science and social studies.  

Application for grant proposals opens in July and the deadline is in September. 

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Contact Ag in the Classroom

 1.800.327-6287
 inaitc@infb.org
 P.O. Box 1290 Indianapolis, IN 46206