Application Deadline: March 7, 2016
Federal Register Notice for New Grants
FY 2016 Electronic Application
Please Note: It is mandatory for applicants to use the Governmentwide Grants.gov website to apply. The website address is http://www.Grants.gov for electronically submitting an application. We strongly encourage you to familiarize yourself with this system at http://www.Grants.gov and strongly recommend that you register early and submit early.
The Federal Funding Opportunity Number is: Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE): College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) CFDA Number 84.149A—ED-GRANTS-010716-001
FY 2016 Application
2016 CAMP grant Application PDF (2.5MB)
The Office of Migrant Education announces the presentation of three (3) Pre-application Webinars for the 2016 New Award Competition of High School Equivalency (HEP) and College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP). These webinars will assist potential applicants to complete their submissions for the 2016 competition. The first two webinars will address the same material and cover both the HEP and CAMP applications (see below); the second webinar will be a recording of the first with a live chat session following. The third webinar will focus on two new selection criteria in both competitions; strong theory and evidence of promise. Presentations for the webinars and questions and answers generated from the webinars will be available to the public at the HEP and CAMP Applicant Info websites. Registration is required to participate in the webinars:
Webinar 1: Live Pre-Application Webinar
Tuesday, February 9
2:00-4:00 pm EST
Webinar 2: Recorded Pre-Application Webinar
Thursday, February 11
2:00-4:00 pm EST
Webinar 3: Strong Theory and Evidence of Promise
Wednesday, February 17
1:00-3:00 pm EST
Registration Link: Click Here
Technical Assistance Resource: Applicants may use resources such as the Pacific Education Laboratory's Education Logic Model Application or the Northeast and Island's REL Skill Builder Workshops to help describe the extent to which the proposed project is supported by strong theory (as defined in 34 CFR 77.1(c)) and the extent to which the methods of evaluation will, if well-implemented, produce evidence of promise (as defined in 34 CFR 77.1(c)).
U.S. Department of Education,
Office of Migrant Education,
400 Maryland Ave., SW., room 3E338,
Washington, DC 20202-6135.
Telephone: (202) 453-6389 or by e-mail:Emily.Bank@ed.gov