Steven Van Dyke Science Education Fund Grant

Schools and districts who are new to using the Einstein Project units, can apply to receive funds from the Steven Van Dyke Fund to cover the cost of leasing units and educator training.  Grant amounts range in value and depend on the size and scope of the grant proposal as well as the amount of funds available in a given school year. The Einstein Project has a resource development team available to assist in developing financial resources in your local community to ensure continued success.

 
History of the Fund Steven Van Dyke was one of the Einstein Project's co-founders in 1991. He was a gifted engineer and former CEO of Foth & Van Dyke (Foth). After Van Dyke's passing in 2008, a fund was developed with leadership gifts from his friends & family in his honor. The fund's purpose is to provide schools/district an opportunity to introduce hands-on, inquiry-based science/engineering curriculum in their programming. We encourage others to donate to benefit hands-on, inquiry-based education.

History of the Fund

Steven Van Dyke was one of the Einstein Project's co-founders in 1991. He was a gifted engineer and former CEO of Foth & Van Dyke (Foth). After Van Dyke's passing in 2008, a fund was developed with leadership gifts from his friends & family in his honor. The fund's purpose is to provide schools/district an opportunity to introduce hands-on, inquiry-based science/engineering curriculum in their programming. We encourage others to donate to benefit hands-on, inquiry-based education.

Schools Benefit Schools who have used these funds in the past have seen great success in using our units. The application is easy and the Einstein Project has open, strong communication with all participating schools/districts to ensure a seamless process. The application should only take a few minutes to complete. If you have questions regarding this fund or the application, please contact us.  

Schools Benefit

Schools who have used these funds in the past have seen great success in using our units. The application is easy and the Einstein Project has open, strong communication with all participating schools/districts to ensure a seamless process. The application should only take a few minutes to complete. If you have questions regarding this fund or the application, please contact us.