2010 GRANT APPLICATIONS
The North Carolina General Assembly has appropriated $13,000,000.00 to support programs and initiatives that target students at risk of dropping out of school. The North Carolina Committee on Dropout Prevention (NCCDP) has been charged by the General Assembly with awarding grants for innovative programs and initiatives that demonstrate the potential to be developed into effective, sustainable, and replicable dropout prevention and re-entry programs in middle schools and high schools.
Grants may vary in amounts up to a maximum of $175,000.00. Grants will be geographically distributed throughout the State and the eight education regions. No more than three grants shall be awarded in any one county in a single fiscal year.
Thank you for your interest in the 2010 NC Dropout Prevention Grant Application. The application process is now closed.
Partnering Agency/Organization Certification Signature Form
Application Deadline: August 31, 2010 at 5:00 p.m.
It is the NCCDP's policy to award grants in a structure that ensures fairness and impartiality. Experienced reviewers from various professions and backgrounds from across the State will be selected to evaluate each application. Individuals interested in serving as reviewers must not be associated with any organization applying for a dropout prevention grant. NCID Individual Registration is necessary in order to apply for this position. If selected, you must be available to participate in one of two training sessions being held September 14, 2010 in Raleigh, NC or by webinar on September 16, 2010. Interest applications must be received by August 20, 2010. Honorariums are provided upon completion of services.
Reviewer Application and Conflict of Interest Form