Have you ever had an amazing idea for a classroom project or larger program, but then realized your vision and budget didn’t quite match up?
You either had to pay out of your own pocket, scale back your idea, or even postpone the project indefinitely?
Join NAEA and Wacom as expert grant writer Matthew Waynee of the Los Angeles Unifed School District (LAUSD) shows us the steps to take, the materials to create, and valuable grant-writing tips from the fundamentals to fine points. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how to make your grant applications and proposals stand out, and reel in the financial support needed to create new opportunities for your students!
Matthew Waynee is a Cinematic Arts Instructor & EdTech Consultant in Los Angeles Unifed School District. A produced screenwriter and teacher with 20 years of experience, he’s helped build the cinematic arts department at USC Media Arts & Engineering Magnet school from the ground up.
He has written more than $1 million in grants and set up partnerships with Nickelodeon, DreamWorks, NBCUniversal, and Warner Bros. In 2016, he was honored to be named the national Magnet Teacher of the Year. He’s also actively involved in establishing a new creative arts apprenticeship program with the California Department of Education.
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