- By accepting a SEAL Grant you agree to be cited in SEAL press release and social media announcements.
- Recipients of a grant are required to submit an annual report within one year of receipt of funds to the SEAL Awards Founder outlining impact and use of funds.
- Notification of the award is currently targeted for May 2018.
- There is no restriction on timing surrounding when funds must be spent.
- Any air travel in course of the project is required to include payment of carbon offset (e.g. CarbonFund.org).
- Applicants must be residing in the United States.
- Projects must have a strong clarity of purpose. For example, the merits of the research project can be convincingly summarized in 5 or fewer bullet point sentences.
- Projects must have a reasonable chance of producing results that can influence either:
- environmental policy (eg – corporate policy, governmental policy)
- and/or the public’s understanding of an environmental issue.
- Proposals must clearly detail how the project’s impact is currently being measured or, if this is not available, demonstrate a credible plan to test and measure impact.
Salary/pay: The amount of award(s) is up to $2,000 with the average award being approximately $1,000 or less.
Link to more information: Learn more about the requirements and guidelines of this grant.
Application deadline: Mar 14, 2018