Become an Educator Scholarship
http://tobecomeateacher.org – Becoming an Educator $1,000 Scholarship
Qualified teachers are critical to the growth of any nation. In the United States, we’ve relied on the hard work provided by teachers for hundreds of years, to guide and shape our youth to not only become educated; but become contributing members of our society. However, becoming a teacher is not easy – nor is it cheap.
To help you on this path, http://tobecomeateacher.org has created the ‘Becoming an Educator’ Scholarship program.
A big part of our overall mission at http://tobecomeateacher.org is to provide all of the resources a new teacher or soon to become teacher will need to successfully navigate their educational and career path. One of the most difficult parts is finding ways to pay for the education training required. This $1,000 scholarship is awarded once per year, to (2) deserving candidates who are working to become a teacher, but don’t have the financial means to complete their educational training.
Our selection committee chooses (2) deserving candidates that meet the following criteria:
- Funds awarded must be used for current education.
- Candidates must be applying to or currently attending a teaching educational program.
- Candidates must be willing to share their stories on http://tobecomeateacher.org on how they used the scholarship to enhance their career path potential.
The Becoming an Educator $1,000 Scholarships are awarded on the 15th of January every year, however all applications must be submitted and received by November 1st, 2016.
If you are interested in applying for the Become the Educator Scholarship please submit your name and email and you will be sent directions to our application process.
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