Apply Now for 2019 STEM Grants!
Devon's Ingenuity STEM grant program is designed to help educators provide strategic, inventive and hands-on instruction to spark students' interest in these important subjects.
Annual awards are made available in Oklahoma County, Western Oklahoma, Southeast New Mexico, North Texas, South Texas and Wyoming. Find your location below and learn more about the eligibility requirements. Application deadline is Oct. 31, 2018.
- $50,000 in grants available. Be selected to win up to $25,000.
- Grant open to all public schools in Oklahoma County.
- Apply here
- For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- $25,000 in grants available. Be selected to win up to $15,000.
- Grant open to all public schools in Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, Grady or Kingfisher Counties.
- Apply here
- For more information contact email@example.com
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are all critical subjects students must master to be better prepared for college, the workforce and adult life. They also play an important role in the oil and natural gas industry as geologists, engineers and other petro-technical professionals are vital to the industry's ability to responsibly develop North America's energy resources.
Educators are the key to improving students' understanding of STEM concepts and fostering students' interest in pursuing careers in STEM fields. However, schools and community organizations often need additional resources to carry out their innovative ideas and benefit students throughout their school.
That's why Devon annually awards grants in many areas where the company operates. Applicants are asked to describe their idea, identify how they currently spark students' interest, explain how one grant would benefit future students and define how they would measure success. Applications are evaluated on idea originality, vision to improve achievements in science and benefit to future students. Special attention is given to projects that focus on robotics, geology, engineering and earth science.