Tuesday, May 10, 2011

U.S. Teaching Scholarships - - and where you can find them

A substitute teacher, going to school for her certification.
Scholarships for Teachers

Do you want to become a teacher? Getting a scholarship could really help.

Like many scholarship searches, you probably need to start with filling out your FAFSA form. Make sure you go to the free government site here: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

After you have done that, you can try these other quality scholarship sites:

The Scholarships.org Teaching Scholarship page

101 Scholarships just for Teachers (from Teaching Tips)

The OEDb Teacher College Scholarships database

Scholarships from the ITeachAmerica site

NBPTS scholarships (National Board for Professional Teaching Standards)

The Teachers Count scholarship page

T.E.A.C.H. Scholarships (Colorado)

Western Governor's University Scholarships (Utah)

The TEACH grant program at the Federal Student Aid site

The E-Teacher Scholarship program for students outside the U.S. (For TEFL)

California Teacher Scholarships and Loan Cancellation Programs

The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program
(You look up your state at the upper left of this site)

Other quality sites to search for Teacher Scholarships:

The FinAid Site


Fastaid Free Scholarship search

The Federal Money search site

The Fatomei site

Financial Aid Resources from the U.S. Department of Education


CollegeNet Mach 25

Good luck finding a teaching scholarship. It can make a big difference!

Check my Nontrads Scholarship pages:
Scholarships Links and Tips Page One
Scholarships Links and Tips Page Two
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