The Classical Association of Connecticut offers a number of grants to support the study and teaching of the Classics in Connecticut:
ClassConn offers grants for conference tuition and travel expenses (to ACL conferences, the CANE summer institute, and APA or AIA conferences, for example) under its John Carter Williams Endowment program. Applications are due March 1. The money can also be used for summer study programs and national board certification.
Amounts of $50 - $300 are available under ClassConn’s discretionary grant program. This money can be used for classroom supplies, projects, and field trips. To apply for a grant, email ClassConn Treasurer Paul Giblin at email@example.com. The ACL also offers scholarship money for teaching supplies.
Both the American Classical League (ACL) and the Classical Association of New England (CANE) offer scholarships for summer study abroad. CANE offers two scholarships, one specifically aimed at summer study at the American Academy in Rome; the second can be used for study at the American School at Athens or institutes other than at Rome. The ACL scholarship is not geared to a specific program. More information can be found on their websites. ACL applications are due January 15; CANE applications are due February 1.
For teachers with fewer than 10 years teaching experience who want to study or travel in Greece or Italy, CANE also offers the biannual Renata Poggioli award. Applications are due February 1. For more information, see the CANE website.
Money for travel to the ACL annual institute in Philadelphia June 23-25 is available from the ACL. For more information see the ACL website.
CANE also offers grants to help teachers start up Ancient Greek programs. For more information, see the CANE website.