Jewish Foundation for Education of Women Announces New Grant Opportunity for Research and Advocacy
The Jewish Foundation for Education of Women (JFEW) announces a new grant opportunity to support research and advocacy around college completion for women with financial need. The Call for Proposals is for projects that will help colleges, universities, CBO’s, government officials, policy organizations, student groups, and other stakeholders improve college completion rates for women with financial need who are pursuing a 4-year degree at a public institution. Grants will be given to support: 1) research regarding systemic issues that impact college completion and 2) advocacy campaigns intended to improve college completion, based on evidence from existing literature and research in the field. Up to $150,000 will be distributed biennially through this grant program.
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JFEW is a non-sectarian private philanthropy that helps women with financial need meet their educational and career goals. Learn more about us and the extraordinary women we support on CUNY, SUNY, and other campuses through our Facebook and Instagram pages. Questions? Contact Stacey Winter, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.