Instructional Mini Grants

If you are looking for a way to fund that “special project,” NJAGC funds  competitive awards of up to $500 for eligible proposals for NJAGC members. These mini-grants enable teachers to develop projects that would enhance their GT programs and curriculum. Read more for Mini-Grant details and application forms.  Applications are due by December 15, 2017.




       NJAGC is proud to announce the Instructional Mini-Grant allocations for the 2017-2018 grant period.  The funding of NJAGC’s Instructional Mini-Grant Program represents the Executive Board’s commitment to the development of quality programs for gifted students in New Jersey.  As the new school year begins, think of ways you might supplement your G/T program with a boost from NJAGC through the Instructional Mini-Grant Program.

     The Instructional Mini-Grants of up to $500 are available to all 2017-2018 current members of NJAGC. The Mini-Grants Program was established to support and supplement local programs that provide appropriate gifted education for students in Grades K-12.  Grant applicants may seek funds for use during the last quarter of 2017-2018 or for the first half of the 2018-2019 school year.

      The Mini-Grant Coordinator must receive proposals by December 15, 2017.  The Mini-Grants Committee will review all proposals and Mini-Grant recipients will be announced before the Annual NJAGC Conference in March 2018.

      Grant proposal forms may be obtained by contacting the NJAGC office or by downloading the form from NJAGC’s website at  The requirements, guidelines, and directions listed on the form must be followed.  Applicants not following the grant requirements/directions may be excluded from consideration.  Applications must be submitted via electronic AND regular mail.  Please direct all questions to the Instructional Mini-Grants Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or PO Box 667, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054.

       So don’t delay another minute.  Brainstorm with colleagues, parents, students, and community resources to create proposals that will enhance the services for gifted students in your school. Let’s direct our mental, emotional, and financial energies toward quality education for New Jersey’s gifted and talented youth through this exciting opportunity.


Read the NJAGC Instructional Mini-Grant Guidelines

Review the Criteria for Evaluation of NJAGC Instructional Mini-Grants

Download the application form