May 31, 2023
The U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) through its cooperative agreement (COA) with Battelle is seeking new and innovative partnerships with organizations that have similar STEM goals with the purpose of reaching more underserved and military-connected students, specifically in Maryland and San Antonio/Austin through programs already within the AEOP portfolio. Definition of underserved and military-connected paincluded in the request for proposal (RFP).
Battelle will accept proposals from organizations and associations in support of AEOP programs for underserved and military-connected K-12 students, their parents, and teachers in the Maryland and San Antonio/Austin geographic regions.
Proposals may be submitted from entities representing nonprofit organizations, a single Local Education Agency, a consortium of schools, post-secondary entities, and STEM-oriented and/or innovative business. Guidelines for the proposal narrative and budget are noted in the section, “Preparation of Proposal.”
Proposals Due: July 24, 2023 by 5:00 p.m. EST
Letter of Intent Due: July 10, 2023 by 5:00 p.m. EST
Final date to submit questions and requests for additional information: July 10, 2023
Letter of Intent
Potential applicants must notify Battelle of their intent to apply by July 10, 2023. Failure to submit a notification of intent will result in an application not being reviewed. Potential applicants must email email@example.com with a statement confirming their intent to apply, with the subject line “Intent to submit: AEOP Strategic Outreach Initiatives”.
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