STEM Week Event Registration and Mini-Grant Application

Visit STEM Oregon for STEM Week details and updates

We are excited to kick off STEM week early this year and offer mini-grants that are available to public event hosts through our exciting new partnership with RLDAA. Event hosts can request $50-$250 to support any STEM Week event open to the public.

Who can apply for the STEM Week mini-grants?

Any organization or individual hosting a public event during STEM Week, May 8-16, 2021, can apply for mini-grant funding. Public events must be open to any and all participants (in-person or virtual), but may include event size limits. Public events that qualify for mini-grants include but are not limited to: academic clubs, arts organizations, community centers, early childhood learning centers, libraries, museums, non-government agencies, out of school time organizations, parks, post-secondary institutions, schools, science centers, etc.

Priority will be given to event hosts working to engage underserved or underrepresented populations. 

How to get involved with STEM Week 2021

  1. Register your event and apply for mini-grants through this application, STEM Week Event & Mini-grant application

  2. Submit your event with Remake Learning Days. Access the registration application on the Submit Your Event orange tab above.

  3. Visit STEM Oregon for more STEM Week updates and details

When will I be informed if I’ve received funding?

Mini-grant funding will be decided on a rolling basis January 14 through May 1, 2021. All awards will be distributed by May 1, 2021. 


Do you have questions about the mini-grant process, application, or eligibility? Email Hattie Tehan at