The purpose of this scholarship is to support the Master of Arts Candidate in Education: Special Education Specialist Option in pursuing completion of their project/thesis that focuses on the delivery of services to children with severe disabilities and their families.
Scholarship Description: Students who complete this application will be considered for The A. Sandy Parsons Pathways to Completion Scholarship to be awarded for the spring 2019 semester.
All students must submit a letter of intent (see application for details), along with their application.
Minimum Requirements for Cal State San Marcos Scholarships:
Deadline to Apply: Monday, April 15, 2019
The TEACH Grant Program provides grants of up to $4,000 a year to students who are completing or plan to complete course work needed to begin a career in teaching.
As a condition for receiving a TEACH Grant, you must sign a TEACH Grant Agreement to Serve in which you agree to (among other requirements) teach:
Deadline to Apply: TBA
Deadline to Apply: Monday, TBA
As members of CalRTA we continue to show our support for California’s youth and current teachers by sponsoring scholarships and teacher grants. Year after year — at both the state and Division levels — CalRTA provides this financial support. Last year, CalRTA awarded nearly $600,000. In addition, the Laura E. Settle Scholarship Foundation, named after CalRTA’s founder, has bestowed millions of dollars in scholarships to California’s future teachers since it was created more than 50 years ago.
The Scholarship Foundation Inc. is awarding scholarships to students who are enrolled/plan to enroll in the teacher credentialing program at a School of Education within the CSU or UC System for the upcoming year. Scholarships of $1500 will be awarded.
Deadline to Apply: April 22, 2019
In an effort to support graduate students in the School of Education, we are proud to announce this funding opportunity for MA in Education Students:
The Thesis/Project Grant is designed for students that are finishing their thesis or project. Grants are available for $250-$500. Amount is based on the funds available.Applicant Criteria:
Deadline to Apply: March 4, 2019
Application has been closed for this semester.
The CSUSM Noyce Teacher Scholars program offers junior and senior math and science majors forgivable loans of up to $12,000 per academic year. Students may accept the award for one, two, or three years, with a two-year commitment to teach mathematics or science in a high need school district for each year the award is accepted.
For more information, visit the Noyce Teacher Scholars Program page.
The CSUSM Cougar Mathematics and Science Teacher (CMST) Scholars program, funded by the CSU Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI), responds to the critical need for secondary teachers of mathematics and science by encouraging talented students and professionals to pursue teaching careers.
For more information, visit the Science and Mathematics Teaching Scholarships page.
The CSUSM LA program is part of CSUSM's Math and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI). One goal of this initiative is to find talented science and math majors who are interested in high school teaching as a result of their LA experience. LAs are undergraduates who serve as learning coaches in structured activities. They are students who have excelled in the course in previous semesters, and they work with the instructor to improve student learning in the course. LAs receive a scholarship based on the specific time commitments associated with their assignments.
For more information, visit the Learning Assistant Program page on the CSUSM STEM@CSUSM website.
Each year, the Beta Delta Chapter awards an Encouragement Grant of $1,500 for a student teacher. The goal of the grant is to provide the recipient of this grant with monies to support efforts which enhance opportunities to achieve educational goals. The grant is available to women and men.
Deadline to Apply: TBA
(Download both forms above to submit your complete application.)