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Skidmore Retirees

Staff Retiree Development Grant Application

A FINAL REPORT must be submitted to the Human Resources within 1 month of the end of the grant period.

Maximum Award is $1,800.

Failure to submit a final report will result in disqualification from future grant opportunities.

All materials and/or equipment purchased with the aid of grant funding become the property of Skidmore College when the funded project is completed.

Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Provide a statement of 750 words or less describing the project in language understandable to the non-specialist. Please explain how the project would promote continuing education, benefit the College or local community, and/or model creative approaches to life in retirement.
Projects involving research with human subjects or human tissues, or vertebrate animals, may require review by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) or Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). The staff retire grant review panel will advise applicants whenthis procedure is relevant.
If your application is for the benefit of a non-profit organization, please add this additional information:
Does the organization have an official 501(3)(c) designation?
Proposed Budget Information
PLEASE NOTE: Original, itemized receipts for all items must be attached to expense reports. Your credit card bill and the receipt showing the total amount paid for restaurant charges are not considered adequate proof of purchase.
If the committee is unable to fille the total amount of your grant request, will you be able to supplement the funding or modify the project to accomplish some of the goals of the project? A yes/no answer is sufficient, or you may feel free to elaborate.
Please provide information regarding source(s) and amount(s) of funding for this project from sources outside Skidmore.
By entering your name here, the staff retiree grant review panel will accept this as a fully-signed document.