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Student AODA Mini-Grant Program

Introduction

Comprehensive school health programs require youth involvement to create environments conducive to healthy, resilient, and successful learners. As part of the Department of Public Instruction’s efforts to encourage youth initiatives, we are offering the Student AODA Mini-Grant Program for the 30th year, the 2018-19 school year. Funds will be available on a competitive basis for schools throughout the state to support education, prevention, and intervention programs designed by the students, targeting alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) and other youth risk behaviors such as tobacco, traffic safety, violence, suicide, etc. In addition, a major funding priority of the mini-grant program is the involvement of youth in the planning and implementation of the project. Consideration will be given based on the educational value of the project and statewide geographic distribution of funds. The amount of each individual mini-grant award may not exceed $1,000.

2018-19 Mini-Grant Calendar

October 12, 2018

Mini-grant applications due to DPI,
in MPS to Student Wellness and Prevention Office

Student Mini-Grant Forms and Resources

2018-19 Mini-Grant Application - Note this is a fill-enabled form. Use the tab key to move from one field to the next field. No faxed or e-mailed copies will be accepted.
2018-19 Student Mini-Grant Application Guidelines
Student Mini-Grant Reviewer Benchmarks
Commonly Asked Questions: Mini-Grant
End of Year Report Form
Program Fiscal Report

Examples of mini-grants:
Elementary example
Secondary example

For questions about this information, contact Brian Dean (608) 266-9677, Emily Holder (608) 267-9170