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2020 Corteva CASE Implementation Grant Application

  2020 Corteva Agriscience

CASE Implementation Grant Application
(CASE Institute details may be found at
  1. To be eligible, applicants must be:
    • an agriculture teacher who is employed to teach at least one CASE course in a school in the fall of 2021, OR
    • actively seeking employment as an agriculture teacher beginning in the summer or fall of 2021 in a school where CASE courses will be taught, OR
    • a university programs offering CASE pre-service certification
  2. Successful applicants can utilize the grant for:
    • Paying registration fees for the CASE Institute of their choice (approx. $2,500-$3,000), OR
    • Purchasing supplies, equipment, textbooks, and software for CASE implementation.
  3. Grants will be awarded up to the maximum amount of $5,000 for high school programs and up to $7,500 for university programs.
  4. Grants will be awarded to the school or university. If a teacher leaves the school before the grant is spent, the grant stays with the school to be used for items listed in 2. If CASE will not be taught when the teacher leaves, the grant must be returned by the end of fiscal year 2020-2021.
  5. Each application submitted must include the following:
    • a grant budget including the estimated registration fee for the CASE course you wish to attend and/or supplies, equipment, textbooks, and software for CASE implementation.
    • narrative (approximately 500 words) detailing the grant's potential impact on students, agricultural education program, school, teacher, and/or community; and
    • letter of support from a program supporter such as an administrator, local ag industry leader, advisory council member, or parent of a currently enrolled student indicating the commitment to the CASE initiative.
  6. Each successful applicant will be required to finalize the grant by June 30, 2021 by reporting:
    • the final budget indicating use of funds
    • a brief impact narrative, which may include numbers of students, teachers, community impact, etc.
    • a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 photos related to the use of the grant
  7. Applications with all supporting documents are due by October 31, 2020.
  8. All applicants will be notified of the status of their application in December 2020.
  9. Questions may be directed to CASE by emailing Jessie Lumpkins at

Corteva Agriscience (TM), generously sponsored the CASE Implementation Grants for agriculture teachers and university programs offering pre-service CASE certifications. We are grateful for their continued support.


NAAE is an equal opportunity organization. NAAE will not discriminate against any individual based on race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental handicap, or veteran status.
Are you prepared to submit all documents as outlined in the above description? Please note that you will not be able to save partial progress. All documents must be ready for submission at the time of application. *This question is required.