Support for education

We know that the leaders of tomorrow and our future employees are being created by the educational environment today. We support education programs through corporate contributions that:

Applicants for SRP Corporate Contributions funds must apply through SRP's online grant application system.

K-12 teacher seeking a grant to assist your class? Please apply via Classroom Connections.

  • Increase the quality of math and science education provided to students in grades K-12 through development of Highly Qualified Teachers and supporting "train the trainer" programs for educators
  • Prepare teachers to better equip students for higher education by encouraging student success in physical science, engineering or environmental science through enrichment activities and access to technology
  • Develop job-readiness and employment skills for high school students
  • Help educators implement programs that highlight the wise use of water and electricity as important resources
Students reaching their hands into the center of a circle of bodies. Caption: 'AGUILA Youth Leadership Institute.'

AGUILA conducts a series of programs, seminars and events to engage students in college preparation by providing information about enrolling in college, completing FAFSA forms and competing for scholarships. SRP supports AGUILA's Fulfilling Arizona's Destiny luncheon and the Leadership Symposium, a three-day experience for 300 students interested in joining AGUILA.

A teacher in a classroom. Caption: 'Teach for America'

Teach for America aims to eliminate educational inequality by enlisting a highly selective service corps of our nations' most promising future leaders – outstanding recent college graduates of all academic majors – who commit two years to teach in schools located in limited-income communities and become lifelong leaders in pursuit of educational excellence and equity. SRP supports the Teach For America math and science corps members and the annual Celebration Dinner.

School supplies such as markers, a caclulator, pens and a mouse. Caption: 'Treasures for Teachers'

This organization provides Arizona teachers with free and low-cost supplies. T4T collects a wide array of unused items from local businesses, then sorts and displays the materials so that teachers can "shop" at the warehouse for items to be used in their classrooms.

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