Grants

Professional Development Funding
MPETA strongly believes that Professional Development is a vital part of being a Physical Educator and MPETA is committed to providing in-service training of teachers of physical education at all levels of the school system and disseminating information about current physical education developments.

The MPETA professional development fund was established through constitutional guidelines. Once this amount has been expended, no further monies will be available for PD assistance until the following December. Activities will be funded to a maximum of $300.00 in Canadian funds per year. A maximum of $100.00 will be funded, if the candidate was funded over $200.00 in the previous year. Following one year of reduced funding ($100.00) the applicant will again be eligible for $300.00.

Applications are taken on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis. Applications may be submitted no later than two weeks prior to an event.

PD Funding Application Form
PD Post Event form


Intramural Equipment Grant
MPETA is pleased to continue this grant program to be used for the purchasing of non-traditional Intramural Equipment. Please note that equipment used for inter-scholastic activities (basketball, volleyball, hockey…) will not qualify for the grant. There will be 20 grants of up to $300 available for the 2016-2017 school year.

Applicants must:
-Be a full MPETA member
-Complete the Intramural Equipment Grant Application Form (one grant application per school will be accepted)

Intramural grant application form


Student Leadership Conference Funding
MPETA is pleased to offer three grants of $500 to students of the University of Winnipeg, the University of Manitoba, and the University of Brandon for the annual PHE Canada Student Leadership Conference.

Funding is based on the following criteria:

  1. The applicant must have a current MPETA student membership ($15).
  2. The applicant must supply proof that they have been accepted to attend the Student Leadership Conference by PHE Canada.
  3. Successful applicants must submit an article for the MPETA journal on their experience at the conference, and/or on activities and games that they have learned about at the conference.
  4. Successful applicants must make a presentation to the MPETA Board of Directors on their experience at the conference (November or February Board of Directors meeting)

SLC Funding Application Form

The Student Leadership Conference takes place in September each year at the Cedar Ridge Camp in Bancroft, ON.
http://www.phecanada.ca/events/student-leadership-conference/slc-registration