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Apply Now for a Youth Service Improvement Grant
The William T. Grant Foundation’s Youth Service Improvement Grants support nonprofit organizations in the five boroughs of New York City. These awards of $25,000 help improve programs and services for youth ages 5 to 25. The online application is now open and updated application guidelines are now available. All applications must be received by March […]
We are proud to announce six new grants to support research on reducing inequality in youth outcomes and improving the use of research evidence in decisions that affect young people. Approved at the Foundation’s fall board meeting, these grants will build theory and empirical evidence in our focus areas. The online application for research grants […]
Two new grants have been awarded to organizations working to enhance the use and usefulness of research and call attention to issues that affect young people in the United States: Investigating Researcher-Practitioner Collaboration in Real-life Problems of Practice with English Learners StandardsWork, Inc. This grant will support the development of research-practice partnerships to infuse evidence-based […]
The William T. Grant Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded five community-based organizations in New York City $25,000 grants to improve the quality of their youth programs. The Foundation’s Youth Service Improvement Grants program supports medium-sized organizations that have demonstrated success but have also identified an area that if improved would enhance […]
Read the William T. Grant Foundation Digest, Issue 3
The third issue of the William T. Grant Foundation Digest highlights unanswered questions in our research focus areas, and features insights from Foundation staff, grantees, and practitioners.
View the 2018 Research Grants Application Guide
This application guide details our research focus areas, as well as the eligibility requirements, application procedures, submission instructions, and selection criteria for research grants.
We are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2018 William T. Grant Scholars Program. These 10 early-career researchers were selected from a pool of 63 applicants after a rigorous review by our staff and Selection Committee.
We are attempting to understand the interplay of methods and research questions in the field of studies on the use of research evidence.
By refining and integrating multiple theories, Chorpita has designed a model that focuses on supervisor and supervisee interactions, to help them more readily access, understand, and apply research evidence in the pursuit of improving outcomes for young people.
While research-practice partnerships have emerged as a promising means of creating and applying relevant research evidence in settings where young people grow and learn, we’ve lacked definition in terms of what constitutes an effective partnership and how RPPs, funders, and other stakeholders might gauge and demonstrate such effectiveness. Offering a clear picture of the common […]