iGraduate Montana

 

The iGraduate Montana initiative is in partnership with the Office of Public Instruction and the Montana Department of Labor and Industry to leverage the successes and lessons learned from Graduation Matters Montana. iGraduate Montana seeks to increase high school graduation and expand workforce development activities, such as connecting students to high-demand career pathways, and/or post-high school education opportunities. The grant funded communities will work to catalogue and disseminate their activities across the state.

Grant Funds for Academic Year 2022-23

Only iGraduate grantees funded in academic year 2021-22 are eligible to apply for funds.  

If you plan to apply for iGraduate Montana funding for academic year 2022-23 in order to develop your program so that it is self-sustaining, please include the following:

1.  An outline of steps you will take in academic year 2022-23 to ensure your program efforts will exist beyond academic year 2022-23.  Funds for this year are not intended for new projects or programs, but only meant to assist grantees in taking the next academic year to establish sustainability independent of iGraduate Montana grant funding. 
2. detailed budget for use of up to $6,500 in grant funds.  Please include funding to attend an in person iGraduate/Montana’s Future at Work Summit October 13-14 at Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell.   

Please submit your application for the 2022-23 school year by Friday, August 26, 2022.   

*Please note that additional materials may be requested.  
*Please check this website over the summer for updates.  

 

 


The iGraduate Montana initiative is sponsored by:

Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education
Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation
Office of Public Instruction
Montana Department of Labor & Industry 

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Please contact Angela McLean amclean@montana.edu for more information