Other Scholarships

  • Teacher.org
    Deadline: April 1, 2017 

    Teacher.org offers an annual $2,500 “Inspire Our Future” scholarship to an experienced teacher who is continuing their education, or a teacher candidate for his/her education and other associated expenses. Prospective teachers can visit Teacher.org’s website for the information on many other scholarship opportunities.
    Minimum Requirements for Consideration:
    1. At least 18 years of age
    2. Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States, as listed on the U.S. Department of Education website
    3. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
    4. Entrants who have filled out the entry form on Teacher.org

  • The PDK Educational Foundation Scholarship
    Deadline: April 2, 2017 

    The PDK Educational Foundation annually awards scholarships to prospective educators who have a connection to PDK. Eligible students must meet one of the following criteria.
    Minimum Requirements for Consideration:
    1. High school senior intending to major in education who is a member of a Future Educators Association® chapter in good standing.
    2. High school senior intending to major in education who is the child or grandchild of a Kappan in good standing.
    3. High school senior intending to major in education who has one of his/her reference letters written by a Kappan in good standing.
    4. High school senior intending to major in education whose application is selected to represent the local PDK chapter.
    5. An undergraduate member of an FEA or PDK chapter who is enrolled in a college education program.

  • Underwood-Smith Teacher Scholarship
    Deadline: October 1, 2016

    The Underwood-Smith Teacher Scholarship Program is a state funded student aid program designed to enable and encourage students to pursue teaching careers at the pre-school, elementary, middle, or secondary school level. Undergraduate and graduate scholarships, of up to $5,000.00 per academic year, are awarded on the basis of academic qualifications and interest in teaching. The objective is for a recipient to obtain a teaching certificate and to commit to the pursuit of a teaching career in West Virginia public schools.Due to limited funding, applications are accepted only from the students who will be a college junior, senior or graduate student during the year for which the application is being made. Undergraduate students must have a 3.25 GPA, graduate students must have a 3.5 GPA and all students must be enrolled full-time in a course of study leading to a certification as a teacher at the pre-school, elementary, middle or secondary level.

  • West Liberty University Scholarships
    Deadline: Various

    The West Liberty University Scholars Program was established to attract top academic students. Students entering as a first-time freshman may qualify for one of three designations within the Scholars Program. In addition to receiving a four-year academic scholarship, students receive other benefits under this program. Please visit the link above for more information.