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Amount:
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Awards:
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Deadline:
April 19
Every year, the American Montessori Society awards teacher education scholarships to aspiring Montessori teachers. Through the awarding of Teacher Education Scholarships, AMS supports the growth of Montessori teachers of tomorrow. Those eligible to apply for scholarships are individuals who have been accepted, are in the process of being accepted, or are already enrolled in an AMS-affiliated teacher education program.
Contact:
American Montessori Society 116 East 16th Street New York, NY 10003-2163 P: 212-358-1250 F: 212-358-1256 [email protected] https://amshq.org/teachereducationscholarships
Amount:
$5000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
April 19
The applicant must be accepted for, or enrolled in, graduate study in a communication sciences and disorders program in the United States. Clinical doctoral programs in audiology or master's programs in speech-language pathology must be accredited by, or in candidacy status from, the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology; this does not apply to research doctoral programs. The applicant must be enrolled in full-time study for the full academic year.
Amount:
Up to $6000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 1
The ACS-Hach Second Career Teacher Scholarship is awarded to professionals in the chemistry field pursuing new careers as high school chemistry teachers. Scholarship recipients receive: Scholarship stipends (up to $6,000 for full-time study or up to $3,000 for part-time study) towards the completion of a Masters degree in education or secondary chemistry/science certification. Support and mentoring throughout their three year teaching commitment. The scholarship can be applied to tuition, books, room and board, and other education-related expenses and are renewable up to 3 years. Scholarships cannot be applied to expenses retroactively. To be eligible, you must: Have a Bachelors degree or higher in chemistry or chemistry-related discipline. Have at least one year work experience in a chemistry-related profession. Cannot have more than one year experience as a high school chemistry teacher. Be accepted into an education masters program or teacher certification program. Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
Contact:
800-227-5558 ext. 8178 [email protected] www.acs.org
Amount:
Up to $10,000
Awards:
1
Deadline:
May 1
To apply for the scholarship, a written proposal must be submitted that includes evidence of the applicant's past academic achievement in a college or university and the applicant's commitment to pursue a teaching career in secondary school mathematics. This scholarship can be applied to tuition, fees, course materials, and other expenses directly related to the recipient's academic program of study. Any acquisition of equipment must support the applicant's plan of study but not require more than 10 percent, or $1,000, of the entire scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded in two phases, with $5,000 for the recipient's third year of full-time study, and $5,000 for the recipient's fourth year of full-time study.
Contact:
NCTM 1906 Association Drive Reston, VA 20191-1502 (800) 235-7566 or (703) 620-9840 FAX: (703) 476-2970 [email protected] www.nctm.org
Amount:
$1000 initial scholarship, can be renewed for a total of $2000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 1
Open to high school seniors who are pursuing a degree in education. Open to students who have a federal minority ethnic status of one of the following: Native American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Non-Hispanic Black. Minimum 2.8 GPA and admission to college program required. Personal essay and letters of recommendation are to be included with application.
Contact:
Website: www.maspa.org
Amount:
$1,500
Awards:
2
Deadline:
May 1 and October 1
Any student currently enrolled in, or applying to enroll within the next academic year, in a degree program in the fields of healthcare or education, at an accredited U.S. university, is eligible to apply. You must provide your school GPA. You must be at least 18 years old. We take a broad view of what counts as a healthcare field, and that can include students pursuing mental health degrees or occupations, as well as administrative and non-profit programs. Applicants will have the opportunity to make their case for why their chosen field of study can be classified as healthcare or education-focused as part of their essay. If you aren't selected, that doesn't mean we aren't interested in your story we still want to hear from you! Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply in subsequent scholarship rounds. Scholarships will only be awarded one time to each winner. Past winners are not eligible to apply again. Please do not send emails asking if your essay was received. Unless you receive a failure to deliver message, then we have received your submission. Please read the full submission instructions before contacting us with questions related to the scholarship. If you need further assistance, please contact [email protected] Applicants will not be notified if they were not selected. Please do not email us asking if or when a winner has been selected. Winners are selected approximately 30 days after each scholarship deadline. Scholarship winner will need to submit a photo copy of government issued state identification card or driver license.
Amount:
$2000
Awards:
4
Deadline:
May 1
The Ethnic Minority Future Teacher Scholarship of the Connecticut Education Foundation (CEF) shall serve the following purposes: 1. To assist and encourage highly-qualified ethnic minority students to enter the teaching profession. 2. To ensure that ethnic minority students who have clearly indicated their intention of entering the teaching profession receive the support of CEF, active and retired CEA teachers and the CEA student program when and where appropriate. 3. To offer continued professional support upon entry into the profession.
Contact:
Ethnic Minority Affairs Commission Capitol Place, Suite 500 21 Oak Street Hartford, CT 06106 Contact Shannon Waxenberg Phone 800-842-4316 or 860-525-5641 www.cea.org/cef/ethnic-minority-scholarship-fund/
Amount:
$1500 per semester ($3000 per year)
Awards:
15-30
Deadline:
May 15
The purpose of the Foundation is to provide funds for students majoring in education at four-year colleges. The Foundation provides funds to students who have indicated a desire to teach the humanities (e.g., literature, philosophy, fine arts, music, art or poetry) at the elementary and middle school levels. The Foundation prefers to provide funds to students entering their junior (or subsequent) year of college and who are interested in teaching within the State of Missouri in rural rather than metropolitan districts.
Contact:
Please email or mail requested information to: Jack J. Isgur Foundation c/o Stinson LLP Attention: Charles F. Jensen 1201 Walnut Street, Suite 2800 Kansas City, MO 64106-2150 Questions? Contact Charles F. Jensen Email: [email protected] Phone: 816-691-2760 https://isgur.org/
Amount:
$2500
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 31
The AFCEA Educational Foundation is offering competitive based scholarships of $2,500 each to students actively pursuing a graduate degree or credential/licensure for the purpose of teaching science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) subjects at a U.S. school in grades K-12.%u202FThe scholarships are made possible by generous contributions from ManTech International and AFCEA International. To be eligible, students must be U.S. citizens and living in the United States. Graduate candidates must be attending an accredited U.S. college or university (online students are eligible) and majoring in education for the purpose of teaching STEM subjects in a U.S. school in grades K-12. Graduate-level candidates must be currently taking at least two semester-equivalent classes at an accredited U.S. college or university at the time of application. Current credential and licensure students must have completed a bachelor's of science degree or graduate degree in a STEM major.%u202FExpected graduation/completion date cannot be in the year the scholarship is awarded. Undergraduate students are ineligible to apply.
Amount:
Up to $2500
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 31
The grant and scholarship program was created to promote human and civil rights by making our public schools safe for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons. The program was renamed in 2009 in the memory of CTA member and educator Guy DeRosa. Guy was a life long advocate for civil and human rights, particularly gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues. The grants will support projects and presentations that promote understanding and respect for GLBT persons and to support GLBT safety in public schools. As you distribute this information to potential applicants, make sure grant applicants are: A CTA/SCTA member, or A public school student(s) sponsored by a CTA/SCTA member, or A public school district(s) sponsored by a CTA/SCTA member *Autonomous groups and CTA Caucuses are not eligible The scholarship program will support CTA/SCTA members enrolled in a teacher/counseling credential or graduate program who are pursuing a career in public education. Awardees are expected to address any experiences and/or your personal philosophy and how it benefits the GLBT public school community. Applicants must be a: A CTA/SCTA member, or A public school student(s) sponsored by a CTA/SCTA member *Autonomous groups and CTA Caucuses are not eligible