Open to Education majors pursuing a four-year teaching degree in elementary education. Applicants must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA, be a first-semester junior, graduate of the District of Columbia Public School system and reside in the District of Columbia.
The New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics are pleased to offer a $1000 scholarship to a graduating high school senior 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 was created to honor Dr. Marc Hull, a former Vermont commissioner of education who dedicated his career to creating equitable learning opportunities for all students, particularly those with disabilities.
The Hispanic Educators Association of Nevada (HEAN) in conjunction with Ronald McDonald Charities offer a $1,000 scholarship to Hispanic/Latino students who are pursuing education as their college major.
Applicants must be Undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Maine system who are matriculating toward a degree in teaching Special Education, preferably in the area of Severe Disabilities, but anyone pursuing a degree in Special Education will be considered.
This scholarship is for students showing dedication to the pursuit of higher education in diverse areas of study including history, economics, law, political science, medicine, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, elementary and secondary education, chemistry, math, science and English.
This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Roger J. Sheridan, former coach at Saint Michael's High School in Montpelier, basketball and football official, and member and secretary of the International Association of Approved Basketball officials.
The Trinity College of Vermont Association of Alumni and Friends awards this scholarship to promote empowerment through education, and to encourage work that supports healthy communities and social justice.
This scholarship is for first-year students of University of Southern Maine; Graduate of Gorham High School, enrolled in the College of Science, Technology and Health or the School of Education and Human Development.
The sons and daughters of Vermont-NEA members (students in their last year of high school, undergraduates, and graduate students) are eligible to apply for Vermont-NEA/Maida F. Townsend scholarships. The $1000 scholarships, established in 1991, are awarded annually at the Vermont-NEA Representative Assembly.