The Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Sport has launched the 2024 STEAM Alliance Awards to recognise educational projects, curriculum materials and educational or training innovations aimed at boosting girls’ and young people’s vocations in STEM subjects in connection with the arts and humanities (STEAM) in the field of education.

15 projects will be awarded, with EUR 5.000 for the first prize, EUR 3.000 for the second prize and EUR 2.000 for the third prize.

Nationwide educational establishments, supported by public funds, as well as outbound schools owned by the Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Sport, which provide non-university education may apply for prizes. Public or private non-profit entities may also be presented with the aim of promoting STEAM vocations in girls and young people and reducing the gender gap.

Educational projects, curriculum materials or educational and training innovations must have been carried out during the two years preceding this call and have an impact on educational or training theory or practice.


  • Award for schools providing early childhood and primary education.
  • Award for schools providing Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate.
  • Award for schools providing basic or medium-level vocational training.
  • Award for educational establishments providing higher level vocational training or special scheme courses
  • Award for public or private entities or organisations.


Applications will be open from 8 March to 22 April 2024.

Find out more here.



Source: European Digital Skills & Jobs Platform

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Digital technology / specialisation

  • Digital skills
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Software
  • Web Development
  • Telecommunications
  • Cybersecurity

Digital skill level

  • Basic
  • Intermediate

Geographic Scope - Country

  • Spain

Type of initiative

National initiative