The Professional Development for Agricultural Literacy (PDAL) grant program seeks to increase the number of K-14 educational professionals trained in the food and agricultural sciences. In this technical assistance webinar, PDAL program staff discuss the Request for Applications and will answer audience questions.
PDAL is offered through the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative's (AFRI) Education and Workforce Development (EWD) program. For eligibility, application deadline and more information on the PDAL program, review the EWD Request for Applications.
About the Program Area Priority
The PDAL program area seeks to increase the number of K-14 educational professionals trained in the food and agricultural sciences. Participants (teachers, post-baccalaureate pre-service teachers, counselors, administrators) are expected to develop and apply skills necessary for integrating food and agricultural science concepts in their classes; explore the opportunities available in food and agricultural science career paths; and/or forge mentorships with professional and business leaders, and faculty at four-year institutions.
Program Contacts: Dorissel Resto at firstname.lastname@example.org; Kellyann Jones-Jamtgaard at email@example.com