Legislative Research Unit
geoscientists; gather community requirements andpriorities for the elements of EarthCube, and to cap-ture the best technologies to meet the current andfuture needs of the broad and diverse geo-sciencecommunity.
For-prot organizations; U.S. com
-mercial organizations, especially small businesses
with strong capabilities in scientic or engineeringresearch or education; nonprot, non-academic or
-ganizations; independent museums, observatories,research labs, professional societies and similar orga-nizations in the U.S. associated with educational orresearch activities.
Fiscal Year 2013 Community Development Fi-nancial Institutions (CDFI) Program (CFDA No.21.020)Purpose:
To provide nancial assistance awards to
CDFIs that have comprehensive business plans forcreating demonstrable community development im-
pact through the deployment of credit, capital, and
-nancial services within their respective target marketsor the expansion into new investment areas; low-in-come targeted populations; or other targeted popula-tions; and Technical Assistance grants to CDFIs andentities proposing to become CDFIs in order to buildtheir capacity to better address the community devel-opment and capital access needs of their particulartarget markets.
Certied Community Development Fi
nancial Institution by the CDFI Fund, or be certiable
as a CDFI by the CDFI Fund.
Tel. (202) 653-0300;
Institute for Historical Editing (CFDA No. 89.003)Purpose:
To improve the training and education of people training to be or working as historical editors;the Institute for Historical Editing can consist of bothbasic and advanced institutes.
State, county, city, township, and specialdistrict governments; private, public, and state con-trolled institutions of higher education; Native Ameri-
can tribal organizations; and nonprots.
Tel. (202) 357-5022;E-mail: email@example.com.
Magnet Schools Assistance Program (CFDA No.84.165A)Purpose:
To support magnet schools that are part of an approved desegregation plan to enable all elemen-tary and secondary students to achieve to high stan-dards and holds schools; local educational agencies(LEAs); and states accountable for ensuring that theirstudents do so and provide an opportunity for eli-gible entities to focus on expanding their capacity toprovide public school choice to students who attend
schools identied for improvement, corrective action,
LEAs or consortia of LEAs.
Joyce Mays, Tel. (202) 245-6122;E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentoring Best Practices Research (CFDA No.16.726)Purpose:
To enhance what is understood about men-toring as a prevention and intervention strategy foryouth who are at risk of involvement or already in-volved in the juvenile justice system.
State, county, city, township, or specialdistrict governments; independent school districts;private, public, and state controlled institutions of higher education; public housing authorities/Indianhousing authorities; Native American tribal organiza-
tions; nonprots; for prot organizations other than
small businesses; and small businesses.
Tel. (877) 927-5657;E-mail: email@example.com.
National Endowment for the Arts Art Works Ap-plications, FY 2014 (CFDA No. 45.024)Purpose:
To support projects that are likely to provetransformative with the potential for meaningfulchange, whether in the development or enhancementof new or existing art forms, new approaches to thecreation or presentation of art, or new ways of engag-ing the public with art; are distinctive, offering fresh