- Megan Chang (Walton High School), for “Minority Community Outreach”
- Kathryn Mullen (Trickum Middle School), for “Physical Sciences STEM Night”
- Gillian Rudd (Georgia Gwinnett College), for “STEM Outreach on Campus”
2018 Mini-Grant Committee: Terry Say (Chair) and Tyler Kinner
- Renuka Rajasekaran (Luella High School, Locust Grove), for “Community Chemistry Nights”
- Julian Beckford (Parks of Stonecrest Community Civic Association), for “Ed-Fund at Stonecrest Library”
2017 Mini-Grant Committee: Terry Say (Chair) and Don Hicks
- Sammy Bell (South Forsyth Middle School), for "Science Equipment to Explain Chemistry Fundamentals"
- Laura Mast (Georgia Tech), for "Water Treatment Education"
- Tyler Kinner (Meadowcreek High School), for "Portable Fume Hood for Chemistry Demonstrations"
2016 Mini-Grant Committee: Terry Say (Chair) and Don Hicks
- Dr. Kim Linenberger (Kennesaw State University), for support of the ChemEd 2015 Conference
- Shae Brown, Newton County Outreach Program
- Maeve Nagle (Georgia Tech ACS Student Affiliates), for efforts at the Atlanta Science Festival
2015 Mini-Grant Committee: Terry Say (Chair), Don Hicks, and David Sherrill
- Dr. Joel Pollino (Georgia Section ACS), “Student-Teacher Bonding and Professional Networking Promotion for Local Section Dinner Meetings”
- Diana Kennen (Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology Liberty Elementary School), “Create a large painted periodic table on the outdoor concrete area near the school.”
- Renuka Rajasekaran (Luella High School, Locust Grove), "Women Empowerment in Chemistry: Preparing Honors and AP Chemistry Female Students at Luella High School to become Teaching Assistants and Lab Assistants in Chemistry Classes and Lab Sessions at Luella High School”
2014 Mini-Grant Committee: Terry Say (Chair), Don Hicks, and David Sherrill