Learn more about non-OEA grant and fellowship opportunities by reading more below. While OEA trusts the community partners offering these grant opportunities, we have no control over the application process and may not be able to provide assistance to members applying for these grant funds.
Non-OEA Funding Opportunities
The NEA Foundation Grants and Fellowships
The NEA Foundation actively promotes the inclusion of educator voices in leadership practice and policy, and we proudly celebrate public school educators. The NEA Foundation provides a wide variety of grants and fellowships, with opportunities ranging from educator leadership development to support for projects to deepen student critical thinking.
California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant Program
The California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant program is accepting applications for public high schools whose athletic programs are in jeopardy and in great need of funding. Applications must be submitted by an active employee of the public high school for which the grant is being requested.
California Casualty Music & Arts Grants
The California Casualty Music & Arts Grant was established to provide support for K-12 public schools negatively impacted by reduced budgets. California Casualty has partnered with OEA for many years and they understand the importance of music and arts education for children. OEA members can apply for a grant award of $250 for a music or art project or need at your school.
If you are an external partner and would like to submit an external grant for promotion, please send us your grant and contact information.