Indianapolis, IN High school or college students who plan to teach or work in school management in Indiana have until January 31 to apply for one scholarship and two teaching stipend.
The Indiana Commission on Higher Education encourages students to act quickly, as there is limited funding. You can apply for all three financial aid opportunities at ScholarTrack.IN.gov.
“Teachers play a pivotal role in preparing students for higher education and the workforce,” said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education, Theresa Lubbers. “The Commission is pleased to provide these financial assistance opportunities to fund future teacher higher education and to build the Teacher Pipeline in Indiana.”
- Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship: The Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship provides 200 high-achieving high school and college students interested in pursuing a career in education the opportunity to earn a renewable scholarship of up to $7,500 each year over up to four years Academy. In return, students agree to teach for five years at one of the eligible Indiana schools or pay the corresponding proportional amount of the scholarship. The committee will review all applications and notify applicants of their scholarship status via email by March 18, 2022. For instructions on how to apply, and for a complete list of eligibility requirements, visit learnmoreindiana.org/futureteacher.
- Earline S. Salary. The maximum amount a student may receive is up to $4,000. Priority will be given to students applying to teach.
High Need Field Student Teaching Salary: The High Need Field Student Teaching Salary is available to students who plan to teach special education (any degree), middle school math, middle school science, high school math, or high school science. The maximum amount a student may receive is up to $4,000.
For questions about government financial assistance, students may contact the Indiana Commission on Higher Education by phone at 888-528-4719 or by email at [email protected].
(Indiana Commission on Higher Education press release)