The award will be given to help cover costs associated with the program, such as Phase II tuition, FoRT Assessment, FoRT Alternative, Praxis, or additional mentoring services. This scholarship is funded through the Department of Workplace Development.
The scholarship’s goal is to decrease the teacher shortage in urban education by supporting individuals who have experienced barriers and hardships that have interfered with their desire to become urban educators. The awarding of scholarships is also an effort to increase the number of males and individuals of color in the education profession. Eligible program participants will are encouraged to submit an application. Click here to complete the application.
Submissions are due by April 21, 2023 at 12:00pm. The Urban Learning Collaborative will notify recipients of their award on or before May 22, 2023. The award will be in the form of a tuition reimbursement or tuition reduction. Please note that each question on the application has a limit of 300 words. Please contact a program coordinator with any questions or concerns.