Integrated Self-Help Platform In-Kind Grant Application Email
INTEGRATED SELF-HELP PLATFORM IN-KIND GRANT APPLICATION
Type of Grant: In-Kind Software and Services
Eligible Award Amount: Up To $20,000 Over 5 Years*
Application Deadline Extended Until: December 6, 2021
Integrated Self-Help Platform In-Kind Grant is made possible by a collaboration between Campus Consortium and the Educational Technology vendor BlackBeltHelp. This In-Kind Grant subsidizes a portion of the total cost of the BlackBeltHelp technology solution and is not transferable to other vendors or solutions. The Campus Consortium’s due diligence process ensures there is a fit between the institution and the partner and upon approval institutions may receive up to $20,000 in software licenses, support and implementation services for a term of up to five (5) years.
(Learn more about Campus Consortium In-Kind Grants)
- Provide as much information as possible to expedite the process.
- Upon submission applicant will receive email confirmation.
- Application will be reviewed by a Grant Review Committee.
- If selected a grant coordinator will contact you for next steps.
- You will receive updates regarding application status.
- Contact email@example.com for application status.
*Please note: Only a limited number of institutions will be awarded. Campus Consortium In-kind grants are offered only with specific EdTech vendor/partners. There is no cash award
instead we provide underwriting funds that are distributed to the chosen partner on your institution’s behalf. Additionally, most Campus Consortium In-kind grants do not eliminate the entire cost of the solution, but they do significantly reduce the cost of software and services. Most Campus Consortium In-kind grants require a portion of financial contribution from the awarded institution as a shared cost model to assist in payment of the total cost of ownership of the selected solution. Campus Consortium is committed to supporting educational institutions by providing funds to reduce the cost of technology over the long term. A letter of intent from your institution’s executive leadership may be required as part of the in-kind grant approval process.
As part of the application process you will be added to the Campus Consortium community listserv that provides opportunity to collaborate and communicate with peer educational institutions, occasional information and news about important issues and trends in education technology and upcoming Campus Consortium services, support and grant programs. You have the option to opt out.