NETA Virtual Field Trip Grants (VFT) Application form
BACKGROUND:
In February 2017, the NETA Board of Directors approved a new mini-grant program to enable Nebraska K-12 teachers to apply for funding to bring more virtual field trip program experiences to their students.

Partnering with the Nebraska Distance Learning Association (NDLA) and the ESU Coordinating Council (ESUCC), mini-grant applications will be reviewed quickly, and funding decisions will be communicated directly back to the teacher applicants.

Funding will be provided on a reimbursed basis once the program has been delivered and proof of payment is submitted.

ELIGIBILITY AND RESTRICTIONS:
1) The applicant must be a NETA Member to receive this mini-grant. By applying for the mini-grant the applicant also registers for a FREE NETA membership.

2) The applicant must be a K-12 teacher from a Nebraska private or public school.

3) The maximum yearly limit on mini-grant requests is five (5) VFT programs or $500, whichever comes first.

4) The Virtual Field Trip programs must originate either from a Nebraska non-profit content provider, or be listed on the Nebraska Virtual Instruction Source (NVIS) Clearinghouse (https://nvis.esucc.org/VFTList.aspx), or in the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) Clearinghouse (https://www.cilc.org/Interactive-Content/Search-Content-Provider-Programs.aspx).

Email address *
Teacher Name *
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Teacher Phone Number *
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School District Name
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School Name *
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School Address *
(i.e. Street Address, City, State, Zip)
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Grade Level (s) *
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Approximate Number of Students Affected *
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Program Provider *
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Name of Program *
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Cost of Program *
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Date(s) of Program (please include year) *
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State Standards or Topics Addressed by Program *
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Previous IVC (Interactive Video Conferencing) Experience *
Matching Funds, if applicable
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