Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation
The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation awarded a one-year grant of $20,000 towards an intensive look at the new SNAAP module, Career Skills and Entrepreneurship, in 2015.
The National Endowment for the Arts, an independent federal agency, awarded Indiana University a research grant of $20,000 in 2014 to collect and analyze data about the career aspirations and skill sets of graduating college seniors. This special module is administered by the National Survey of Student Engagement, the largest undergraduate student experience survey in the United States.
From 2009 to 2012, the National Endowment for the Arts awarded Indiana University four consecutive grants for a total of $280,000 to support SNAAP. These grants were made possible by the Arts Education Program.
SNAAP exists due to the early support of the Surdna Foundation and other regional funders included here.
In February 2008, the Surdna Foundation granted $2.5 million over five years to Indiana University for SNAAP.
“SNAAP is poised to become one of the signature accomplishments of our foundation in this decade. It will help a segment of the organizations we serve extend their long-term value to students and the fields into which they migrate. SNAAP’s impact will only increase over time, and Surdna is pleased to support the project’s talented administrators and policy analysts.”
President, Surdna Foundation
The Barr Foundation of Boston committed a three-year grant of $450,000 in 2008.
Educational Foundation of America
The Educational Foundation of America, based in Connecticut, awarded a two-year grant of $100,000 to support SNAAP in 2009.
The Cleveland Foundation approved a two-year grant of $100,000 toward the development of SNAAP in 2008.