Student - Presenter
Student Presenter Grants are available to assist student presenters who have limited financial resources to attend and present their work, and for college, university, and research institute faculty members from developing countries to travel outside their borders to attend and present their work at the forthcoming conference of the Association for Moral Education. Maximum: $1,000.
JME/AME Reduced Membership Rate Grants
JME/AME Reduced Membership Rate Grants were initiated by JME to make the journal available for those for whom paying the AME membership fee is a hardship. AME also similarly reduces their rate, making AME membership (which includes the journal) available at the price of $20, primarily subsidized by JME. Students registered for full-time work toward graduate degrees, unemployed individuals, untenured faculty in developing countries, and retired individuals are eligible to apply. Applicants must document their hardship by submitting an application on the conference registration website. The reduced rate includes a one-year subscription to the journal (JME) and can be awarded yearly for a maximum of three years.