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Lesson Plan Mini-grant Application

To be eligible to receive the $500 Mini Grant, applicants must be a participating teacher (attended at least one NE MI GLSI sponsored event) registered with the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative website. Applicants must be involved in a place-based education project as part of a NE MI GLSI registered team. The team needs to complete the Team Registration Form, and it is strongly encouraged that a team consists of multiple teachers and at least one registered community partner business or organization.


For guidance, click here for the Scoring Rubric, and for additional assistance, please contact Meaghan Gass, Huron Pines AmeriCorps Member, at meaghan.nemiglsi@gmail.com or (989) 356-8805, Ext. 41. 


Please fill out the online form below and submit it. If you wish to save your work as you go click here for a word document version of the online form. Save your work in the word document and copy and paste your answers into the online form for submission.

Thank you!


Please email any supporting documents to (northeastmichiganGLSI@gmail.com). This may include: Lesson Plan (Word Doc), Assessment, Data Sheets, Background Resources, Other, etc.

This page last updated on 7/23/2015.
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