The Dept. of Education’s Upward Bound (UB) program is out, and it has $355 million for 966 grants of up to $981,028/year for five years to provide the skills that low-income and other disadvantaged students ages 14 – 24 need to succeed and graduate from high school and eventually college. IHEs, nonprofit, and public agencies (including school districts), are eligible applicants. We’ve written numerous funded UB and other TRIO grants, and can make your proposal process easy. But you must act fast, because the deadline is Jan. 31. Call us at 800.540.8906, ext. 1, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, for a fast, free fee quote.
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