We want to help turn their creative teaching ideas into classroom magic.
Irving, Texas (PRWEB) January 30, 2008
The First Choice Power Fund reminds Texas teachers they have a little more than one month left to apply for $500 to $3,000 First Choice Power Classroom Innovation Grants before the deadline, March 5, 2008. Teachers can electrify their lessons with an exciting project that spices up the way student's learn. Visit http://www.FirstChoicePower.com/innovation to learn more and apply.
"It is our goal to encourage every Texas teacher to apply for First Choice Power Classroom Innovation Grants," said Diane Harrison Ogawa, executive director of the First Choice Power Fund. "We want to help turn their creative teaching ideas into classroom magic."
It's simple to apply
- Applications must be submitted online at http://www.FirstChoicePower.com/innovation by March 5, 2008, to be considered for grants.
- Full-time Texas K-12 teachers and pre-K teachers with an early childhood license in communities served by First Choice Power are eligible.
- The application must include a project description, objectives, budget and evaluation.
How to sign up
For more information, tips for writing a successful grant application or to apply for a First Choice Power Classroom Innovation Grant, visit http://www.FirstChoicePower.com/innovation. The 2008 First Choice Power Classroom Innovation Grant applications are available online until March 5, 2008.
About the First Choice Power Fund
The First Choice Power Fund is a division of the PNM Resources Foundation, a nonprofit established in 1983 to improve the quality of life in communities where the company's customers and employees live and work. The PNM Resources Foundation is a separate nonprofit tax-exempt corporation and was originally endowed by a gift from earnings by shareholders of PNM Resources. No customer funds are part of the endowment. For more information, visit http://www.FirstChoicePower.com/Fund.