Applications are due Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019, by 3 p.m. and must be submitted through the Enterprise Grants Management System (EGMS).
Applicants are encouraged to submit applications early to avoid any technical difficulties. OPCSFS strongly encourages submitting applications at least one day early to ensure that avoidable technical issues do not cause you to miss the submission deadline.
Intent to Apply
All eligible entities seeking to receive funding under this RFA must submit a Notice of Intent to Apply (Appendix A), signed by an authorized official of the organization, via email to [email protected] on or before Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. Failure to submit a Notice of Intent to Apply will result in disqualification and the organization’s application will not be reviewed.
The mandatory pre-application webinar will be held on the following dates:
Each interested organization must have at least one representative attend one of the above webinars in order to meet the attendance requirement for this grant. Webinar attendance is tracked electronically through registration and online attendance. The organization representative should be someone who is familiar with the organization’s past teacher pipeline work with charter schools or a representative from the applicant LEA(s).
Grant Competition Point of Contact
For questions about this grant competition, please contact Karin Gilder, program analyst, Office of Public Charter School Financing and Support, at [email protected].
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