Xerox: Grants for K-12 Education

OVERVIEW: The Xerox Corporation supports community projects in which its employees are involved and runs two signature education programs.

IP TAKE: The Xerox Corporation's support of education consists of its Monroe County, New York-based Xerox Science Consultant Program and the First Robotics and Lego League initiative. This funder does not accept unsolicited proposals.

PROFILE: The Xerox Corporation, based in Norwalk, Connecticut and known around the world for its printers and copiers, aims to "give back" to the communities in which its employees live and work. To this end, the company supports its employees' involvement in community projects and runs two signature education programs.

Xerox's support of K-12 education consists of its signature Xerox Science Consultants Program and the First Robotics and Lego League.  Operating exclusively in Monroe County, New York, the Science Consultants Program engages Xerox consultants and local schools to increase enthusiasm for science and science-related careers. The First Robotics and Lego League program, run in partnership with the nonprofit For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, runs mentoring programs in robotics and technology for students of all ages that culminate in design competitions. 

This funder does not accept unsolicited proposals. The Xerox Corporation provides a contact page on its website.

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