Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships


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Amount: $10000
Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship

Fellowship sites: NYC Education District 75, Hearing Education Services sites: PS in the Bronx, and Chelsea Prep in Manhattan. During their first year, teacher candidates are required to complete field hours but they are not entering their student teaching placements until their second year of studies. Potentially preparing presenting a conference proposal based on the teaching and research experience for the New York State Association of Bilingual Education Fellowship criteri The Fellows will not be expected to enter this project with particular reading intervention skills: the Columbia University in the City of New York is accustomed to teaching TC students support readers. Fellowship criteri Fellow will need a background in special education.

Amount: $5000

Award: Fellows benefit from a three-year annual stipend of $30,000 along with a $10,500 cost of education allowance for tuition and fees, a one-time $1,000 travel allowance and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited the students.S., or foreign institution of graduate education they choose. Juniors, seniors, graduates who are at least 20 years old and interested in teaching English in France. Award: 1,500 teaching assistant positions with a monthly stipend of 945 Euros month. Financial need will be considered along with evidence of scholarship and commitment to the teaching profession. Scholarship for education female students who give evidence of financial need.

Amount: $1000
Financial Assistance

This scholarship is available to students majoring in Middle Grades Education, Mathematics Education, Science Education, World Language Education, Social Studies Education, or English Education, and graduate students in the Mental Health Counseling or Counseling Psychology programs. The scholarship is awarded for the student-teaching semester to prospective secondary mathematics teachers who demonstrate both financial need and strong academic performance. This scholarship is available to graduate students who are enrolled in a COE teacher education program. This scholarship is available to and graduate students who are enrolled in a COE teacher education program. This scholarship is a financial need-based award for an student enrolled in the College of Education. This scholarship is available to and graduate students from underserved populations who are enrolled in the College of Education.

Amount: $25000
Entrance Loan Debt Management

Secondary Markets purchase student loans from lenders. If a secondary market purchases their loan, applicant will be notified that applicant should make their payments to the new owner. Servicers are companies that specialize in the day-to-day management of student loans If their lender or secondary market notifies applicant that their loan has been assigned to a servicer, applicant should send their monthly payment directly to the servicer. Their lender must notify applicant in writing if their loan is sold to a secondary market. Applicant will not be eligible for further federal student aid, as well as deferments, forbearances, and loan consolidation on other education loans applicant may having outstanding.

Amount: $1000
Tuition Funding COE

Any student in Secondary Education STEM major. In good academic standing in the College of Education Awardees will need to accept and commit to these responsibilities in order to receive the award One-time award of $1,500 and an additional award amount up to $500 for educational expense reimbursements Reimbursement amount can be used for textbooks, classroom teaching resources, conference travel, research material, test fee, and or other educational expenses.

Amount: $2500

Crumpton, Baxter, Bonham Memorial Scholarship Award: $1,000.00 Disbursement Period: Fall and SpringScholarship Intent: To provide assistance to students in Education programs at SFSU which lead to a teaching, specialist, or service credential.Criteri Degree concentrations eligible to : Elementary Education, Language Literacy, Math Education, Early Childhood Education, Adult Education, Secondary Education, Equity and Social Justice, Special Interest, Ed Admin, Instructional Technologies, Jt. Doc in SPED, Special Education, Communicative Disorders, EDD in Educational Leadership. George Moscone Scholarship Award: $1,500.00 Disbursement Period: Fall and SpringScholarship Intent: To support teaching credential candidates in Elementary, Secondary, and or Special education.Criteri Must identify teaching goals.

Amount: $2119
Program-Specific Costs

MAT Master or Arts in Teaching toggle open. The Stafford Loan Forgiveness Program for Teachers is intended to encourage students to enter and continue in the teaching profession. Highly qualified teachers in mathematics, science, or special education may be eligible for up to $17,500 in Federal Stafford or Direct Loan forgiveness after completing 5 years of full-time, qualifying teaching service.

Amount: $100000
Research Funding Alerts and Announcements, Office of Research, UGA

Candidates should be eminent scholars and have a significant publication and teaching record.

Financial Aid

The scholarship is merit-based with financial need as a secondary consideration. Selection is based on demonstrated academic ability as evidenced by a minimum 3.3 GPA, with financial need as a secondary consideration. Scholarship is based primarily on need with merit as a secondary consideration. The scholarship is merit-based as a first priority, with exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary consideration. The donor hopes this scholarship will enable students to pursue, through music education, a passion for music throughout a lifetime. The scholarship is merit-based with financial need as a secondary factor. The Jewel and Joseph Cross Scholarship in Education is a merit scholarship created to assist students pursuing licensure or a Master of Arts in Teaching.

Amount: $5000

If applicant are in default on a FFEL and or Direct Loan program loan, applicant are not eligible for forgiveness of that loan unless applicant have made satisfactory repayment arrangements with the holder of the defaulted loan A highly qualified special education teacher whose primary responsibility was to provide special education to children with disabilities, and applicant taught children with disabilities that corresponded to their area of special education training and have demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in the content areas of the curriculum that applicant taught.