Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM)

Grant Guidelines

The STEAM grant is purposed to support creative and innovative ideas related to science, technology, engineering, arts, and math, that support and align with the regional workforce development council strategies, priorities, and targeted occupations. 

What Kinds of Projects Will Be Considered?

Creative project dealing with science, technology, engineering, arts or mathematics that incorporate and focus on career technology programs. Examples include:


Cybersecurity & IT Camps


BEST Robotics


Workforce Readiness Camps


Summer Electrical Technology Camp for Girls


Women in Welding


Fun and Learn Summer Robotics Camp


Apple Coding Camp for middle schoolers

What we Do

Project Specifications

Application Submission, Review, and Approval

  1. Applications for funds must be received by the ACCS Workforce Development Division in the prescribed format using the ACCS Online Form.
  2. Upon submittal, a notification of receipt will be generated to the contact person’s email as entered in the online form.
  3. ACCS will conduct a preliminary review of applications for completeness.
  4. ACCS will conduct a STEAM Review Committee meeting.
  5. Upon approval, the ACCS Workforce Development Division will submit to the applicant a Notification of Award and a Grant Agreement that provides details regarding appropriate accounting and compliance practices.

Ready to Apply!

Applicants should be prepared to respond to the on-line application questions as specified, as well as complete appropriate forms and attach applicable documents as indicated below:

    Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act (Protection Act)

    As a condition of any funds awarded, the grantee agrees to comply with the terms of the Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act and any subsequent amendments.  It is the responsibility of the fiscal agent to ensure compliance of this Act by all sub-grantees.

    For more information about this grant opportunity, contact Tara Brown, Grant Manager at [email protected]. 

    Questions? Contact Us.

    Barry May

    Executive Director of Workforce and Economic Development

    (O) 334-293-4707

    (C)  334-590-6390

    [email protected]

    Tara Brown

    Workforce Grants Manager


    [email protected]

    Elizabeth Strickland

    Workforce Coordinator


    [email protected]