- Grant Application Period Closed 4/01/2022 -
Research shows that youth civic engagement is critical for a variety of reasons. Youth engagement can lead to increased academic performance and improved social-emotional well-being. It builds safe and inclusive school and community cultures and decreases dropout rates. When young people develop healthy civic habits, skills and commitments, they become more active in community decision-making which leads to broader representation and communities benefit.
To support this purpose, the Kansas Volunteer Commission, a program of the Kansas State Department of Education, announces the availability of grant funds to support the civic engagement of youth in grades K-12. For this grant, applicants may choose to engage in youth civic engagement projects AND/OR provide training to volunteers, staff or students in support of youth civic engagement.
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Application Closed April 1, 2022
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