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Sponsored by Fluor Foundation

Contact:Torrence H. Robinson, Senior Director
Fluor Foundation
6700 Las Colinas Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039

Phone: 469.398.7000
Fax: 469.398.7255
Description:Fluor focuses on educational organizations and programs, universities, and schools. Almost half of Fluor's total company contributions are allocated in support of school or business partnerships and programs that help achieve the following objectives:

• Encourage elementary and secondary students to pursue higher education and training, with an emphasis on engineering and construction.
• Improve and enhance mathematics and science curricula.
• Support teacher training in mathematics and science.
• Encourage mentoring and economic literacy programs.

While Fluor generally does not provide funding directly to school clubs or events, it does fund selected universities to support engineering programs, scholarships, and student association programs. Fluor considers requests for operating, program, capital, or endowment support. Priority is given to organizations that feature employee volunteer participation.
Eligibility:Public, Private
Award(s):Awards vary based on the scope of the proposal.
Deadline(s):Letters of Inquiry are necessary as an initial step to request funding. Requests are reviewed year-round. Letters of Inquiry should be addressed to local community relations’ contacts, which may be accessed at the website above.
Focus:Career and College Readiness, Community Involvement, Engineering, Facilities/Maintenance, Interning/Mentoring, Professional Development, STEM, Technology, Vocational Education, Volunteerism
Grade Level(s):9-12, Higher Ed
Content Area(s): Mathematics, Reading/English/Language Arts, Science
21st Century
Themes and Skills:
Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Digital Literacy, Financial, Entrepreneurial, Economic, Business Literacy, Information Literacy, Innovation, Media Literacy, Problem Solving
State(s):Alaska, California, District of Columbia, Louisiana, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington
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