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Applicant must be member of the International Technology Education Association. (Membership may be enclosed with scholarship application). - Applicant must not be a senior by application deadline.
Each year, three Flavin Fellowships for entrepreneurships are awarded to potential or established entrepreneurs entering the MBA Program. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of demonstrated academic and/or entrepreneurial excellence. Requirements: - GPA: Top 5% - GMAT: Top 5% - or Demonstated Entrepreneurial Greatness Winners of the Fellowship are awarded: - A $6,000 research assistantship and - Free Tuition for the MBA Program
This highly competitive scholarship is awarded to encourage Hopi college students to obtain baccalaureate and graduate degrees in subject areas of priority interest to the Hopi Tribe, and to encourage these graduates to apply their degrees to Hopi Tribal Goals and Objectives. This scholarship is only available to college juniors, seniors and graduate students pursuing a baccalaureate or graduate degree in one of the following areas: law, natural resources, education, medicine/health, engineering or business.
Male resident of Waterbury for 5 years or more - Majoring in arts or education - Scholarships will not be awarded to students attending colleges which replace internal grants with outside scholarships.
For residents of the Foundation’s 21-town service area: Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Cheshire, Goshen, Litchfield, Middlebury, Morris, Naugatuck, New Milford, Oxford, Prospect, Roxbury, Southbury, Thomaston, Warren, Washington, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, Woodbury.
1. The applicant must be in preparation for placement in Special Education or have already been assigned to that work. Special Education is considered here to include teacher training for work with the mentally, physically and emotionally handicapped person. Applicant shall be entering at least the junior or senior year of college or in the case of clergy and religious, post graduate study.* 2. Teacher training in any of the above or related fields may be pursued at any accredited public or private university or college where bona fide special educational courses are offered. 3. There is no stipulation as to the overall length of time spent in pursuing training in Special Education. However, applicants for scholarship must give evidence that they will earn a minimum of three credit hours during any specified semester. *Post graduate study also applies to students in college in the state of California, Canada and Virginia.
The Future Teachers Scholarship Program was established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education as an incentive to encourage the preparation of teachers in critical shortage areas in the public schools of Oklahoma.
The student must be a resident of Oklahoma.
The student must be nominated by the college in which they are enrolled on the basis of one of the following criteria:
A. cumulative high school grade point average ranking in the top 15 percent of his or her high school graduating class; OR
B. ACT or SAT score ranking in the top 15 percent for high school graduates of the same year; OR
C. admission to a professional education program at an accredited Oklahoma institution of higher education; OR
D. an undergraduate record of outstanding success, as defined by the institution.
Full-time and part-time students are eligible for the scholarship; however, highest priority will be given to full-time students.
Scholarship recipients must maintain no less than a 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
Each recipient must agree to teach in a shortage area in Oklahoma public schools for a minimum of three consecutive years upon graduation and licensure as a teacher.
Recipients may receive the scholarship for not more than four years, or the equivalent of four years, of full-time study.
A new application must be submitted each academic year.
Application deadlines are established by individual institutions. Completed applications are to be submitted to the nominating institution. The following documentation is required:
A. First-time freshman must submit a copy of their high school transcript and ACT or SAT score, whichever is applicable.
B. Students who have attended a postsecondary institution must submit official transcripts from all institutions attended.
C. All students must submit the essay portion of the application on a separate sheet.
Institutions will submit scholarship candidates and alternates in priority order to the State Regents office.
The State Regents office will notify institutions of awards.
AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIP
An award amount for each nominated student will be determined by the college the student attends. The following annual award limits have been set by the State Regents:
Enrollment Hours Completed Toward
Baccalaureate Degree Maximum
Full-time 60 hours and above $1,500
Full-time Less than 60 hours $1,000
Part-time 60 hours and above $750
Part-time Less than 60 hours $500
For purposes of this program, full-time enrollment means not less than 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduates and not less than nine credit hours per semester for graduate students. Part-time enrollment means not less than six credit hours per semester.
Scholarships to students attending IWU majoring in religion and philosophy and intending to serve as either a pastor or missionary, nursing, or education, as determined by IWU.
The Hall- Wesleyan Memorial Scholarship Fund was created by Luella Hall in 1994 in memory of Reverend W.F. Hall, Mary B. Howlett Hall and Delia Howlett. This scholarship was created to benefit IWU students majoring in Religion and Philosophy (intending to serve as a pastor or missionary), Nursing or Education. The fund is now advised by Indiana Wesleyan University.
Scholarships for students attending IWU studying education or religion.
Elmer and C. Berniece Warner began a scholarship fund in 1997 to benefit IWU students majoring in Religion and Philosophy or Education. They wanted the scholarship to be awarded to students who are Michigan residents and whose lives are characterized by integrity, modesty, hard work and diligence. This fund is now advised by Indiana Wesleyan University.
For U.S. citizens, who may attend a college or university of their choice. - Parent/legal guardian must be member of San Antonio Teachers Credit Union - To study for career in education - Academics - Character - Leadership - Personal interview may be required Nominator: Cunningham Scholarship Committee
Applicants are limited to graduate or undergraduate students majoring in education in institutions of higher learning throughout the United States. Officers, directors, and employees of the National Institute for Labor Relations Research, the National Right to Work Committee, Members of the Selection Review Committee and their families are not eligible. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of scholastic ability and financial need. Applicants must also: (a) Demonstrate potential for the successful completion of the educational requirements in a college or university Department of Education program and the potential of a successful application for a teaching license; and (b) Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of the voluntary unionism and the problems of compulsory unionism in relation to education.
A. All Applicants: (1) Applicant must be a member of AHIMA (2) Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 (out of 4.0) or 3.5 (out of 5.0) or higher. (3) Applicant must be a full-time student (4) Applicant must be a citizen of the United States or its territories (5) An Independent Study Program student is not eligible for the loan or graduate scholarships. B. Undergraduate Scholarships: (1) Applicant must be accepted for admission to a program for health information management (HIM) or technology (HIT) accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). (2) Applicant must be accepted for admission to the Independent Study Program of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and have successfully completed three modules. C. Graduate Scholarships: (1) Applicant must be a credentialed HIM professional (RHIA, RHIT, or CCS) and hold a bachelor's degree. (2) Applicant must be enrolled in a college or university accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency. (3) Applicant must be an active or associate member of AHIMA AND (4) Applicant must be pursuing, at a minimum, a master's degree in a program related to HIM (computer science, business management, education, public health, etc.)
A. All Applicants: (1) Applicant must be a member of AHIMA (2) Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 (out of 4.0) or 3.5 (out of 5.0) or higher. (3) Applicant must be a full-time student (4) Applicant must be a citizen of the United States or its territories (5) An Independent Study Program student is not eligible for the loan or graduate scholarships. B. Graduate Scholarships: (1) Applicant must be a credentialed HIM professional (RHIA, RHIT, or CCS) and hold a bachelor's degree. (2) Applicant must be enrolled in a college or university accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency. (3) Applicant must be an active or associate member of AHIMA AND (4) Applicant must be pursuing, at a minimum, a master's degree in a program related to HIM (computer science, business management, education, public health, etc.)
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