Comprehensive Counseling Initiative for Indiana K-12 StudentsApplication Instructions
We appreciate your interest in Lilly Endowment's Comprehensive Counseling Initiative for Indiana K-12 Students. The aim of the Counseling Initiative is to increase significantly the number of K-12 students in Indiana who are emotionally healthy, realize academic success, graduate from high school, obtain valuable postsecondary credentials necessary for meaningful employment, and are prepared to compete and prosper in the global society in which they will live and work.
All Indiana public school corporations and charter schools are eligible to participate in the Counseling Initiative. There are two phases: a noncompetitive planning grant phase and a competitive implementation grant phase.
Guidelines, resource materials and forms may be found below. In addition, here is a link to the video of a recent conference offering more information about organizations that are providing technical assistance to grantseekers as they prepare proposals. An FAQ document may be helpful as well.
The documents below provide more information about the initiative and instructions for preparing and submitting grant proposals.
This document provides guidelines for submitting planning grant proposals and implementation proposals under the Counseling Initiative.
This document offers helpful information related to the aim of the Counseling Initiative.
Lilly Endowment Forms (required)
Program for Indiana Colleges and Universities
The Endowment is offering a complementary program for Indiana public or private nonprofit colleges and universities accredited by the Higher Learning Commission that have Building Level Administrator or School Counselor programs approved by the Indiana Department of Education. This program is called the Comprehensive Counseling Initiative: Enhancing School Principal and Counselor Preparation Program. The grant opportunities are focused on preparation programs for school principals and counselors at eligible Indiana colleges and universities. The request for proposals is available here.
If questions arise as you develop the proposal, please email Lilly Endowment’s education division: email@example.com.
Please send your completed proposal to:
Sara B. Cobb