In order to enhance leadership skills of public media station general managers and other senior leaders in public media, CPB is seeking applications for the development, implementation, and management of a Public Media Leadership Program. The program is expected to take place in the summer of 2014, in Washington, D.C.
Successful applicants will be noncommercial public radio stations that provide significant public service programming to their communities. Stations selected to enter the Community Service Grant (CSG) program during CPB's FY2015 will need to meet all of the criteria outlined in the FY2014 Radio General Provisions and Eligibility Criteria (General Provisions).
CPB wants to support and enhance the capacity of public media to create high quality multimedia journalism on important topics in education. Therefore, CPB is seeking grant proposals from national producers working with local stations to create innovative original reporting that highlights the challenges and solutions found in American communities as they provide education in the 21st century. In particular, CPB wishes to support national/local partnerships in the creation of content that aligns with CPB's American Graduate: Let's Make It Happen! initiative, which addresses the high school dropout crisis in our country.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks grant applications from organizations to develop and manage the Diversity in Programming Leadership project. This grant will support a program that will develop a new and diverse generation of public broadcasting Executive Producers and Senior Producers.
CPB seeks to engage a firm or individual ("Contractor") to assist with recruiting qualified candidates for various mid to senior level positions as they become vacant at CPB. Once initiated by CPB, it is important that each recruitment search be started immediately. CPB's goal is to have each of their position vacancies filled with a qualified candidate within 3 to 4 months.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting intends to provide funds for up to fifteen (15) public television stations to develop and implement local projects designed to improve the math and literacy skills of children ages two to eight from low-income communities, as well as their families and educators.
CPB is requesting proposals from public media stations to participate in American Graduate: Let's Make It Happen. This grant program will support additional national and local American Graduate content, expand the number of participating stations to achieve greater geographic diversity and student reach, and promote teacher and parent resources for use in and outside the classroom based on assessments of community-level needs.
CPB seeks proposals from public media organizations to participate in a nationwide grant project that will build on public media's strengths to meet the emerging needs of veterans in local communities. Through this project, stations will work with key partner organizations to recognize veterans' service and share their stories, opportunities, and challenges through national and local content, and increase the number of veterans connecting with local resources to support their successful transition to civilian life. CPB expects to fund up to 12 stations at $25,000 per grant.
CPB is seeking proposals from firms to provide strategic education consulting services to expand and advance CPB's overall education mission and goals. The consultant will be required, upon CPB's request to provide strategic education consulting services to expand and advance CPB's overall education mission and goals, as well as strategic advice and research services.
Successful applicants will be noncommercial public radio stations that provide significant public service programming to their communities. Stations selected to enter the Community Service Grant (CSG) program during CPB's FY2013 will need to meet all of the criteria outlined in the FY2013 Radio General Provisions and Eligibility Criteria (General Provisions).