On a field trip to History Park San Jose, fourth graders from Oak Avenue Elementary School visit the Chinese American Historical Museum. (Courtesy: Emily Nakajima, CNN)
The Chinese Historical and Cultural Project (CHCP) provides grant opportunities to teachers who are interested in having their classes attend History San Jose (HSJ)‘s Immigration program. This HSJ program provides field trips to History Park San Jose (which includes a visit to the Chinese American Historical Museum) for students in grades 4-8 in Santa Clara County, California. A virtual version of this program is also available for distance learning.
The program looks into the universal issues of discrimination, cultural identity, and policies surrounding immigration, allowing students to:
For more information, HSJ’s Registration Form, and separate Grant Application, visit HSJ’s webpages:
In addition to other Outreach Programs, the Chinese Historical & Cultural Project offers financial assistance for programs or events designed to promote ethnic diversity education for school age children in Santa Clara County, California. The grants are limited to schools and nonprofit organizations in Santa Clara County, California who provide Asian or Asian American historical and/or cultural programs.
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To make a tax-deductible donation to our Grant programs, please go to our Donation page.
For more information, contact:
Chinese Historical and Cultural Project – Grants
P. O. Box 5366
San Jose, CA 95150-5366