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).