The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Chicago Section is pleased to announce the creation of the IEEE Science Kits for Public Libraries Grant. This Grant is made possible through the generous support of the IEEE Foundation and the IEEE Life Members Committee.
The Grant will provide funding to up to 20 public libraries for the development of math and science collections for pre-university students (K-12) through the creation of science kits - especially kits that provide prepared experiments for use by students and educators including parents, teachers, club leaders, and/or librarians.
At this time the grant is only open to libraries located in the territory of IEEE-Region 4 (Midwest including all or parts of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin).
For more information, I invite you to review the attached press release, visit the website: (http://www.ieeechicago.org/ScienceKitsforLibraries/tabid/1574/Default.aspx), and/or email me at email@example.com.
(Amy E. Killebrew IEEE Science Kits for Public Libraries)