This scholarship is for a minority student or person of color in one of the following categories: American Indian, Alaskan Native, Asian, Pacific Islander, Black, Hispanic entering the field of teaching and school leadership.
This scholarship is for any current teacher in a Delaware public or charter school who is currently working with students with autism spectrum disorders who wishes to pursue an autism certification program of study at a Delaware institution of higher learning.
This scholarship is for any Region IV or Anchorage area high school seniors who have two or more years of participation in track, field or cross country running. Preference will be given to students considering a career in education.
This scholarship is for residents of Ketchikan, Ward Cove, Saxman, Metlakatla, or Prince of Wales Island who are members of a federally-recognized tribe and seeking a degree in a field of study related to education, nursing, or business.
This scholarship is for students who want to study education. Ideal applicant would be going to University of Oklahoma or University of Central Oklahoma, would speak English as their second language, and want to teaching English Language Learning.
This scholarship for a student who plans to enroll in the certification program for middle school or secondary mathematics education, elementary education or mathematics with the intent of becoming a mathematics teacher.
This scholarship is for students at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, Maricopa Community Colleges, Yavapai College and Eastern Arizona College who major in Nursing, Education, Finance, or Engineering.
This scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in education. Preference is given to students from Lawrence, Greene, and Craighead Counties in Arkansas State. Financial need is strongly considered. Award is for full tuition until graduation, up to 8 semesters.
This scholarship is for students of Asian descent planning to pursue a career as a teacher or other career associated with this major (ex: school counselor, speech therapist, health educator, adult literacy/GED teacher).
This scholarship seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors and professionals to become K-12 mathematics and science (including engineering and computer science) teachers.
This scholarship is for full time students in their Junior or Senior year of undergraduate studies who are enrolled at an accredited 4-year university studying for a career as a public school teacher; majoring in elementary education, special education or pursuing a secondary education teaching credential.
This scholarship is for SU STEM majors to become exemplary middle and high school teachers. Noyce scholarships provide $10,000 for junior year and another $10,000 for senior year to complete SU’s professional teacher education program and program enhancement activities.
This scholarship is for students graduating from a high school in Southcentral Alaska who who are active in their local church and intend to study Vocational Technology, Education, Pre-Med, Law, Business Management or Theology.
This scholarship is for an African American student majoring in elementary or secondary education, college sophomore (class of 2022) at the time of application, and enrolled full-time at an accredited four-year college or university.