SEA Grant Program
Any NCSEA Member Organization or member(s) of a Member Organization are eligible to submit a grant application. Applications must be submitted to the local Member Organization, reviewed and approved by the Member Organization, and then forwarded to NCSEA for consideration.
A grant request may be submitted for any program that is consistent with NCSEA’s Mission. Requests will not be accepted for political contributions or for the reimbursement of lobbying expenses.
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Curious about what projects have earned grants in the past?
Click here to view previous recipients. Or view the webinar from April 2017 (linked above) that discussed the Grant Program benefits with four SEAs.
The NCSEA Grant Program has been developed to assist Member Organizations (SEAs) in growing their Association and promoting the structural engineering field. The Grant Program is supported by the NCSEA Foundation, which was established to support the non-profit activities of NCSEA and its Member Organizations. The Purpose of the Foundation is to fund qualifying initiatives and activities that are intended to aid in the advancement of the science and practice of Structural Engineering as well as promote technical development, education, outreach, and engagement within NCSEA’s Member Organizations.
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2020 Grant Recipients
SEAC (Colorado) awarded funding to launch a local SE3 Committee.
SEAOI (Illinois) awarded funding to create a cohesive library of STEM videos and funding to enhance the association's Remote Site Visits.
SEAU (Utah) awarded funding for a Wasatch Front Seismic Study to understand the cost implications of designing buildings for a Collapse Prevention risk target for the 84th percentile Wasatch fault response accelerations, rather than the current Ss and S1 code values.
SEAONC (Northern California) awarded funding for SE3 DEI Firm Leader Cohorts to provide a forum in which firm leaders can discuss their commitments to and the challenges in implementing strategies for racial DEI in their firms, and the industry.
SEAoO (Ohio) awarded funding further support their students by establishing a new $1,000 award.
SEAKM (Kansas/Missouri) awarded funding to enhance their Mola Model Initiative and Student Outreach.