Mullins Grant for Supporting Quality Teaching

Since 1985, PEP has been Greenville’s only nonprofit organization solely focused on supporting and strengthening our public schools. One of our current organizational priorities is to support the recruitment and retention of great teachers for Greenville County’s public schools.

In honor of our former Executive Director, Grier Mullins, PEP is pleased to offer Greenville County Schools (elementary, middle, high, and career centers) an opportunity to apply for the Mullins Grant for Supporting Quality Teaching. This grant aims to financially support innovative strategies to help boost teacher retention in schools across Greenville County. We want to help schools retain great teachers, and to provide the resources to do so.

Below is the grant’s description and application information in both Word and PDF formats. We are reaching out to all principals in Greenville County Schools, as we hope you will take advantage of this opportunity before the submission deadline, end of day February 5, 2018.

As always, we at PEP offer our services and support for you as you develop grant applications. We are here to answer your questions, provide feedback, and help you navigate the grant application process. If you ever need to reach out, my name is Neha Parthasarathy and I am the Program Director at Public Education Partners (PEP). My direct line is 864-233-5333 and my email is We are excited to hear from you.

2017 Mullins Grant Application PDF format
2017 Mullins Grant Application Word Format