This scholarship is for a student enrolled at Southeast Missouri State University majoring in Education. First preference for Education student from Iron County. Second preference is for any Education major.
This scholarship was established to assist students entering the field of education or ministry. This award will support a well-rounded young person who has used his or her talents at school, their church and in their community.
This scholarship is for African-American students pursuing graduate-level study in vocal performance or music education, with an emphasis on voice and be enrolled full time at a recognized and accredited institution (conservatory, college, university, etc.
This scholarship aims to provide a stream of income to support scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Professional Education at Texas Woman’s University. Scholarships recipients shall be selected by the Scholarship Committee for the College of Professional Education.
This scholarship is for undergraduate students with home economics related major who has successfully completed at least one year in college Must be able to submit one to three letters of recommendation.
This scholarship is for students who will be attending Southeast Missouri State University majoring in Elementary Education. Financial Aid will be considered but not required. First preference is given to those Elementary Education majors with an emphasis in
This scholarship is open to students who have been accepted into the University’s Teacher Education program. Preference will be given to students who show financial need on the FAFSA. Scholarship may be renewed provided the recipient maintains a 3.
This scholarship aims to assist students in the pursuit of an Education degree with a major in Administration, Math or Elementary Education of English. Eligible students must be enrolled at TWU in the College of Professional Education.
This scholarship is for a graduate student pursuing a degree and career in public service. This includes, but is not limited to fields of study such as public administration, teaching, public health, or social work.
This scholarship is for students who are at least the second year of undergraduate study or in graduate study, and are majoring in either English Teaching or French, Secondary Education, plan to enroll at least part-time (6 undergraduate credits, 5 grad credits), and have a 3.
This scholarship is to provide financial support for students majoring in special education, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and who have completed a minimum of seven hours of special education course work at CWU.
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.
This scholarship is available to an NDU (North Dakota United) student member or a North Dakota resident who is a student NEA/AFT member in another state who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in education.
This scholarship is for students who will be accepted into the College of Education and be student teaching the semester this scholarship is awarded. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to the diversity of backgrounds and perspectives in the College of Education.
The scholarship is to provide financial support for students majoring in science education or related field. Emphasis placed on students developing contemporary skills in science teaching consistent with state and national science standards.
This scholarship is to provide financial support for students majoring in chemistry, English, geology, geography, industrial education, industrial technology, engineering technology, mathematics, physics, computer science, information technology and administrative management, science education, or participation in the Douglas...
This is a full-tuition-and-fee scholarship for South Dakota high school seniors who plan to major in and then become employed in one of the following critical-need occupations: **special education, math education, foreign language education, science education, career and technical education, accountant/auditor, nursing,...
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 benefits students who have been accepted into the SVSU College of Education enrolled full-time. Preference is given to students who demonstrate the ability or potential to make a positive contribution to the teaching profession.
This scholarship is granted to students at the University of Wyoming. To be eligible for this scholarship award an applicant must be an education major seeking special education certification or a graduate student seeking a Master’s degree in special education.
Distributions from the fund are restricted to graduate-level students studying in the area of Educational Leadership working towards the completion of a master’s degree, a certification in K-12 school administration , or a certificate in K-12 school admin.
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.
This scholarship is for students who demonstrate an interest in one of the following major divisions: Natural Sciences, Humanities, Business, Social Science and Engineering. Students must be a sophomore or above, enrolled full-time at Wilberforce University.
Applicants must be enrolled in the Special Education Program in the College of Education. Consideration shall first be given to graduate students who have met the criteria for admission to candidacy to the Special Education Program and who, additionally, show promise as special educators.
This scholarship is for qualified high school seniors who are pursuing a teaching degree OR any Connecticut resident who will be a 2020 graduate of a secondary school in Connecticut is eligible to apply, provided he/she is committed to entering the field of education.
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.
This scholarship is for students attending Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, Maricopa Community Colleges, Yavapai College and Eastern Arizona College major in Nursing, Education, Finance, or Engineering.
This scholarship provides Undergraduate full tuition through graduation (up to eight consecutive semesters) to full-time undergraduate student majoring in education, preferably an elementary or middle level education degree.
This scholarship is eligible to graduating seniors in Austin ISD with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who will be attending an accredited university with the intent to earn a Teacher’s Certificate. Community service, extracurricular activities and demonstration of leadership skills will be considered.
The Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship is a merit-based service obligation scholarship program that provides financial assistance to students or teachers planning to teach in an underserved geographic area.
This scholarship is for graduating senior with strong community service experience and strong academics from an Albuquerque Metro Area high school (includes Bernalillo, Sandoval Valencia and Torrance Counties).
This scholarship is for graduating high school senior from any Arizona high school or undergraduate student majoring in elementary or secondary education at Arizona State University and planning to pursue a career as a teacher or other career associated with the 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 awarded to a humanities student who is interested in education and has completed at least two quarters of college level study at TCC, including a minimum of 10 credits with a GPA of 3.
This scholarship is for students who graduated from a Washington State high school and now study in the field of education, Washington State residents who graduated from a Department of Defense high school and presently enrolled in a college of education, anywhere, pursuing a career in a field of education; or are presently...
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 American Indian students who is a resident of Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties in Oregon, or Clark County, Washington and planning to major or majoring in science, computer science, engineering or mathematics, focused on a career as a professional (or a teacher) in these fields.
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.
Annual scholarships may be awarded to students who are (a) sophomore, junior, and non-traditional freshman; (b) enrolled in the College of Education and are pursuing a major therein; maintain a 3.0 or better on a 4.
This scholarship will benefit SBU Mountain View Campus students majoring in Education. Traditional students must be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and nontraditional students must be enrolled in 6 or more credit hours.
This scholarship is for **current undergraduates who are in a teacher education pathway, and new and current graduate students who are matriculated in a program within the School of Education and Human Development.
This merit based scholarship is for the sons and daughters of Vermont-NEA members. Students majoring in any discipline are eligible to apply, but preference may be given to those majoring in education, or having that intention.
This scholarship is for female of any age pursuing a bachelor's degree in areas such as but not limited to business, engineering, healthcare, education, technology, mathematics, or the sciences (social or basis).