MINNEAPOLIS – ST. PAUL – CenturyLink, Inc., in partnership with the Minnesota Business Partnership, is connecting teachers with technology for the classroom. The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation’s Teachers and Technology grant program has opened its application process for teachers in CenturyLink’s local service areas who want to implement new technology in their classrooms to increase student achievement.
Full-time K-12 classroom teachers in public or private schools in CenturyLink residential service areas are eligible to apply. The online grant application is available here. The deadline for applications is Jan. 12, 2016.
Grant recipients will be announced after April 1, 2016.
About The Minnesota Business Partnership
The Minnesota Business Partnership is composed of more than 110 chief executives of Minnesota’s largest employers. Together, MBP members employ approximately 1.9 million people worldwide, including 400,000 in Minnesota. Individually, MBP members contribute millions of dollars each year to Minnesota schools and education-related nonprofit organizations. In addition, members support a number of programs through the Minnesota Business Partnership Education Foundation.