Grants

Explore grant opportunities for STEM educators!

Whether you’re a teacher looking for funds for materials to provide hands-on, minds-on STEM for your students, or an educator hoping to expand your own knowledge of STEM through professional development, we have an opportunity for you!  Through generous Tulsa area partners, TRSA is able to offer grants for various STEM-related needs.

  • Flight Night STEM Innovator Awards
    Honoring Oklahoma’s educators

    The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance and Flight Night are honored to award educators who are finding new ways to impact their students. Receive up to $5,000 for your classroom!

    Open now! Deadline to apply July 26, 2020.

  • Science of Flight Classroom Grant
    Request materials for STEM lessons

    The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance and Flight Night are honored to announce a grant opportunity for Oklahoma STEM educators to request STEM materials.

    Open now! Deadline to apply November 1, 2020.

  • Free drone kits for educators

    This grant will provide drone kits to educators to use in the classroom and to participate in the Flight Night Drone Competition. In order to apply, you must be an Oklahoma Certified Teacher with at least two years experience, currently teach in 3rd-12th grade and intend to remain in the education profession for at least three years.

    Open now! Deadline to apply August 2, 2020.

  • Flight Night Science of Flight Scholarship for STEM Professional Development
    Design your dream PD experience

    The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance and Flight Night are honored to announce a grant opportunity for Oklahoma STEM educators to attend STEM PD.
    Open now! Deadline to apply August 23, 2020.

  • Afterschool Programming Grant
    Afterschool is not an afterthought

    Request funds to support your afterschool program. Open now! Deadline to apply August 23, 2020.

  • SeaPerch: Teach. Build. Become.
    Free kits for SeaPerch Challenge participants

    This application is designed to give teacher access to SeaPerch Kits so that students can compete in the SeaPerch Challenge on January 25, 2020. As a condition of this grant, all applicants will be required to bring at least one student team to the SeaPerch competition.

    This grant is currently closed. Please check back in fall 2020.