All attendees must RSVP for this event; for those unable to attend in person, they may select the “Skype RSVP” on the EventBrite registration page to join the conversation virtually (limit 20 virtual attendees). Skype attendees will receive confirmation of their addition to the list, and virtual event logistics
Learn with colleagues and gain insight from other Arts Ed Collective school district leaders and learn preparation tips on applying for the California Department of Education’s $44 million competitive grant program called SB 933: Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant (SSAE), which will provide funding for arts education, and student health and safety.
Intended audiences for this info-session are districts who have submitted the letter of intent to apply (due September 12).
NOTE: Districts are not eligible to apply if they have not submitted the letter of intent.
Info-session will Include:
- A review of CAAE’s webinar on applying for the SSAE (SB 933) grant
- Time to discuss the grant opportunity and brainstorm questions as a group
- Live Q&A with retired superintendent, Stan Miller via Skype.
For those participants who will be unable to join us in person at the LA County Arts Commission offices, there is opportunity to join the Q&A portion of the conversation virtually. The first 20 people to register via EventBrite will be added to the Skype list and will be able to submit questions for review. Once you have registered, you will receive confirmation of your addition to the Skype list, and additional event information.
|September 12, 2018||Submission Deadline: Letter of Intent|
|September 18, 2018||SSAE Technical Assistance Webinar|
|October 17, 2018||Submission Deadline: formal grant application (5PM)|
|November 13, 2018||Grant awards announced|
|January 1, 2019 – September 30, 2019||Funding must be spent during this period|
- Grant Program Website
- 10 Things You Need to Know About the SSAE Competitive Grant Program
- SSAE Grant Eligibility Checklist
Prepare for this session by viewing the SSAE Technical Assistance Webinar on September 18.
Food & Beverage
LA County Arts Commission will be providing light refreshments for this event.
1055 Wilshire Boulevard’s parking garage charges $2.25 each 15 minutes, with an $18.00 maximum; no validation available. There is also metered parking along Wilshire or Bixel.