AEN is now accepting applications for micro-grants for the 2021-22 academic year in amounts of up to $3,000!
Micro-grants are aimed to support AEN members who wish to develop educational or professional development initiatives for their campus that further AEN’s mission. Initiatives may be aimed at:
AEN members have used micro-grants to organize symposia on contemporary Israel, bring prominent speakers on academic freedom and free speech to campus (in-person or virtually), develop coursework on Zionism and Israel, subvent publications on BDS and anti-Zionism in the academy, and host relevant film festivals and lecture series. We will be pleased to work with members, at their request, to develop relevant programming.
If you are interested in applying for a micro-grant, please fill out the application below with as much specific information about your initiative as possible (target date, desired invitees, etc.). What are you attempting to accomplish, and how does that align with AEN’s mission? Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
All AEN members are welcome to apply for micro-grants, but priority will be given to those who have not previously applied. While micro-grant awards will be made to AEN members, disbursement of funds should be arranged through a university department or program. Each AEN member receiving support is required subsequently to submit a brief one-page final report:
Failure to do so will bar future micro-grant support.
For questions regarding the micro-grants program, please contact AEN at email@example.com.