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T3 Alaska Program

Mini-Grant Funding

Mini-grants are available to individual students, or teams of students, for projects that are centered around solving a community problem. Mini-grants are part of the student learning process: students are required to identify a problem-based issue,  conceptualize a possible solution, offer data-driven evaluation methods in the application process. Student who receive the funding work with community partners using design thinking model to develop and test a solution, and then present their findings publicly. Mini-grants are available for up to $300 grant for materials and supplies.

Mini-grants are only accepted during certain timeframes.

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Student users RPi computer to create her project.
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