"The addition of the ambulance totally makes the training of an EMT possible - for me, being able to learn and work on our ambulance better prepares me for a position at a fire station." -Current Fire/EMS student
"I am excited to run it for fourth quarter because it is a good way to practice the entrepreneurial skills that I have learned."
-Alle, past assistant manager of Purple Express
Falls Church Academy - Fire/EMS, Ambulance
Chantilly Academy - Entrepeneurship, "Purple Express" School Store
Edison High School -
Army JROTC CPR and First Aid Program
South Lakes High School Business and Information Technology, Seahawk Cyber Patrol After School Program focusing on Cyber Security
GRANT IS NOT ACTIVE AT THIS TIME
The Foundation for Applied Technical Education, Inc. (FATE) is a nonprofit organization committed to improving student achievement and experiences for the Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs
in Fairfax County Public Schools. FATE sponsors the CTE Program Enhancement Grants to encourage educators to identify and develop solutions to educational challenges.
Any CTE program teacher of Fairfax County
Public Schools is eligible to apply for funding
from FATE. Collaboration is encouraged;
applicants may apply individually or as team
members. Proposed projects may benefit
individual classrooms, an entire school, a
region, group of schools, or the school division.
In future years, applications for continuation of current grants will be considered, once the current grant has expired, and the final grant report has been submitted and accepted.
The FATE CTE Program Enhancement Grants program seeks to support the broader CTE enhancement agenda. Successful applications will incorporate elements of school enhancement, which directly impact student achievement.
FATE is interested in funding innovative projects and ideas; projects that challenge learners to think at higher levels, are cross-curricular, are learner-centered, and that achieve outcomes effectively and imaginatively.
It is the goal of FATE to provide support with a ceiling of $10,000 in funding per year for this program.
Preference will be given to program enhancements that maximize financial reach of the CTE enhancement agenda.
FATE seeks innovative projects that challenge students to excel personally and academically, particularly those that are designed to “close the achievement gap.” FATE recognizes that many strategies may be employed to accomplish this goal, including those that address family involvement, staff development, student learning, and school-to-business/community partnerships. Most favorable consideration will be given to those projects that have specific performance or outcome measures and can be replicated.
Applications must be typed on the forms provided on the FATE website. No more than 6 pages will be accepted, including the proposed budget.
Principals must sign applications for school projects. In addition to submitting your application, the grant applicant must be willing to provide a PowerPoint or similar presentation, upon request, to FATE with the understanding that the applicant is willing to allow FATE to use this presentation for publicity purposes at public events at its discretion. Winning applicants may also be asked to appear at different events or to
talk about their program and its success, as a way of promoting the CTE Program Enhancement Grants Program.
Foundation for Applied Technical Education, Inc. (FATE) CTE Program Enhancement Grant
Applications must be submitted to FATE by March 8th
in order to be considered for this school year’s funding cycle.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE SENT TO:
Fairfax County Public Schools
Foundation for Applied Technical Education, Inc.
CTE Program Enhancement Grant
8270 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Cubicle 5049
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Or email your application to F8te71@gmail.com
Thank you for your interest in submitting a grant request to FATE. We are very excited to review your application.
FOUNDATION FOR APPLIED TECHNICAL EDUCATION, INC.
BUILDING THE FUTURE...ONE STUDENT AT A TIME