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          Announcement of Funding Opportunity
          My Brother’s Keeper Native American Program 2019-2022

          Grant Application Documents

          Application in PDF Adobe PDF | Application in Word Word document

          Purpose of Grant

          The purpose of the My Brother’s Keeper Native American Program (MBKNAP) is to increase the academic achievement and college/career readiness of Native American students, with emphasis on boys and young men.

          Grant Term

          December 13, 2019 - August 31, 2022

          Project Description

          The purpose of My Brother’s Keeper Native American Grant is to incentivize and support school districts to accept the My Brother’s Keeper initiative and implement a coherent cradle-to-college/career strategy aimed at improving the life outcomes for disadvantaged Native Americans, with emphasis on boys and young men. Through this Request for Proposals (RFP) process, the Department will fund grants to eligible school districts partnered with New York State Tribal Nations to address seven (7) program components.

          Eligible Applicants

          Eligible applicants are public school districts that are contracted with the NYSED Native American Education Unit for tuition, operating costs, and/or transportation. Districts will be allocated funds based on the current count of students within the district who are (a) on an official tribal membership roll of a NYS tribe, or (b) are the child of such an enrolled member, or (c) live on a Federally- Recognized Reservation. New York State tribes include members of the Iroquoian tribes (St. Regis Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca Nation, Tonawanda Band of Seneca, and Tuscarora), the Shinnecock Nation, and Unkechaug Nation. Please see the attached allocation chart (Attachment XVII) for eligible districts. Additionally, for this grant opportunity, each school district must also secure a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with a local Native American Tribe.

          The public-school district partner must serve as the applicant/fiscal agent for this grant program.

          Amount of Funding

          Available funding for each year, December 13, 2019 through August 31, 2022, is expected to be $885,000.

          Mandatory Application Requirement(s)

          Applications must include a MOA signed by Tribal Leader(s) and district Superintendent to be reviewed for consideration. Applications that do not include a MOA signed by all required partners will not be reviewed for consideration. Letters of support will not be accepted in lieu of a required partner’s signature on the MOA.

          Application Deadline

          Please submit one original of the full proposal, as well as one electronic copy of the complete application on CD or flash drive, postmarked by December 6, 2019.

          New York State Education Department
          Attention: New York State My Brother’s Keeper Native American Program Application
          Office of Family and Community Engagement
          89 Washington Ave., Rm. EBA 971
          Albany, NY 12234

          Questions & Answers

          There were no questions submitted for the My Brother’s Keeper Native American Program application.

          Application Due Date

          Applications must be postmarked by December 6, 2019.

          Grant Application Documents

          Application in PDF Adobe PDF | Application in Word Word document

          Last Updated: October 29, 2019
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