Current Programs and Grants

The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv announces the 2016-2017 Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program.  Subject to availability of funds, the Embassy will award small grants as described below to Ukrainian and U.S.-based non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations and individuals.  The program seeks to highlight and celebrate the connections between the United States and Ukraine, strengthen bilateral relations, and increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and Ukraine through programs in culture, arts, and education.  Specific thematic priorities and program requirements are described in detail below.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and will be reviewed quarterly by a U.S. Embassy grants committee.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and will be reviewed at least quarterly by an Embassy grants committee.  Applications will be accepted by email to through September 1, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. GMT+2.

The U.S. Embassy invites Ukrainian non-profit and non-governmental organizations to submit project proposals to the Democracy Small Grants Program. There is no fixed application deadline – this is an open-ended competition.

The U.S. Embassy invites independent media outlets – including print, radio, TV, or electronic media to submit project proposals to the Media Development Fund. There is no fixed deadline – this is an open-ended competition.

The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State. It will provide nearly 100 secondary school teachers from Eurasia, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Western Hemisphere with unique opportunities to develop expertise in their subject areas, enhance their teaching skills, and increase their knowledge about the United States. The international participants will travel to the United States in Spring or Fall 2018 to participate in a six-week professional development program at a U.S. university.

The TEA Program is a six-week non-degree, non-credit, customized academic program; the program includes seminars on new teaching methodologies, curriculum development, lesson planning, instructional technology and a practicum in a U.S. secondary school.

The fellowship provides J-1 visa support, round-trip airfare to the United States, a welcome orientation in Washington, D.C., university training program, accident and sickness coverage, housing (generally shared with other program participants), meals, book allowance and the opportunity to apply for follow-on grants.

Applications are available on-line at: The application deadline is April 15, 2017. See information for eligibility requirements and more details. For questions regarding the TEA program, please, contact: