$1.9M in Grants Awarded to Inaugural Fellowship Participants

December 14, 2015

100Kin10 announced today $1.9 million dollars in ten grants for the inaugural year of its Fellowship Program, which uses a human-centered, problem-solving approach to design solutions that confront one of the Grand Challenges that stand in the way of achieving our goal of 100,000 excellent STEM teachers. This year’s Fellows tackled the underrepresentation of engineering in K-12 classrooms.

Grants were made possible by a settlement from the Office of the Attorney General of the State of New York, with nearly $1.4M in additional dollars raised by 100Kin10 from the Simons Foundation, Soderberg Charitable Foundation, and AT&T.

See the full press release here.