The Indiana Elementary School Counselor grant (also known as “The School Intervention and Career Counseling Development Fund”) which provides funds to school corporations to be applied toward the partial payment of the salary for a full-time, licensed Elementary (K-6) School Counselor.
- The grant amount may be up to $15,000 per year (totaling up to $30,000 for two years pending availability of funds) to partially fund a full-time, licensed elementary School Counselor.
- The guidelines and application are typically posted in winter/early spring, with recipients being announced in the spring. This timeline can vary based on available funds and decisions made during a budgetary session year.
- When available, the application and guidelines are always distributed via DOE SAMS/PAMS (weekly email to Superintendents and Principals), the Counselortalk listserv, and SSINTouch (monthly e-newsletter for School Counselors).
- 25% of the money from the sale of the Education License Plate goes towards the Indiana Elementary School Counselor Grant/The School Intervention and Career Counseling Development Fund.
- Memo from IDOE with grant guidance
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