Scholarships

Scholarships — Education

Business Education Majors Neel, Colleen & Bill - Awarded to a Business Education major.
Business Education Majors Rankin, Paula, Memorial - Awarded to a Business Education major doing their student teaching with preference to a single parent with financial need. Include two faculty recommendations.
Education Majors Chandler, Ruth Robison - One scholarship awarded annually to a fourth or fifth year undergraduate Education major who shows potential for becoming an outstanding teacher. Preference given to students with the greatest financial need.
Education Majors College of Education Intern - Awarded to students during their student teaching semester. Preference given to candidates from minority groups.
Education Majors Daugherty Foundation - One or more scholarships offered annually to Education majors at Junior level or above (including graduate students) pursuing an Elementary or Secondary Education major. Minimum 3.50 cumulative gpa required. Must be an Idaho resident.
Education Majors Distinguished Teacher - One or more scholarships awarded to students admitted to the Teacher Education program in ISU's College of Education. To be considered, a candidate must submit evidence establishing himself/herself as a potential distinguished teacher. Evidence can include, but is not limited to, a portfolio of work, video tape of actual teaching methods and procedures, actual lesson plans, pre- and post-test evaluations, or letters of recommendation from administrators or supervisors.
Education Majors Dursteler, Edna - Recipients must be an education major who is full-time (12 credits undergraduate, 9 credits graduate). Must maintain a 2.0 minimum GPA for undergraduates or 3.0 minimum for graduate students. Recipients must be preparing to be teachers.
Education Majors Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center Native American in Education - Student must be an enrolled Native American in the Shoshone/Bannock tribes and be an undergraduate Education major with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Education Majors Gates Minority & International Future Educators - Scholarship for undergraduate Education students who are in one of the under-represented ethnic groups or international students who demonstrate commitment to their academic program and the profession of teaching.
Education Majors Holmes, Dianne W. - An annual award to a full time Education major who has demonstrated financial need.
Education Majors Idaho Falls Retired Teacher Association - Applicants must be Juniors who will be at Senior level at the time of the award. Students must be full-time (12 credits) and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0. Financial need is required. Preference will be given to persons from Bonneville, Jefferson, Bingham, Madison, Butte, or Teton counties who are planning to teach in Idaho.
Education Majors Kent, Joe & Pauline - An annual award to a full time Education major who has demonstrated both merit and financial need.
Education Majors Kole, Peter D./Bowen, Richard - Scholarship awarded to Juniors or Seniors who are doing their student teaching. Preference to applicants who are children of single parents, single parents with children, or non-traditional students.
Education Majors Kole/Hedeen - Award shall be given to full-time (12 credits) Juniors or Seniors in the College of Education who demonstrate a high to moderate level of financial need. Recipients must be single parents or children of single parents. Must be US citizens.
Education Majors Kole, Peter/Loscalzo, Eleanore - Award shall be given to full-time (12 credits) Juniors or Seniors in the College of Education who demonstrate a high to moderate level of financial need. Recipients must be single parents or children of single parents.
Education Majors Kole, Peter C./ Sampson, Donald J. - Scholarship awarded to Juniors or Seniors with first preference to those doing their student teaching during the award period. Applicants who are children of single parents, single parents/non-traditional students will be given preference.
Education Majors Kole, Peter/Thiros, Pauline - Award shall be given to full-time (12 credits) Juniors or Seniors in the College of Education who demonstrate a high to moderate level of financial need. Recipients must be single parents or children of single parents. Must be US citizens.
Education Majors McNabb, Billie & Miller, Margaret F. - Award shall be given to a student completing his/her student teaching at an elementary, middle, or junior high school. Recipient must demonstrate financial need. As long as students are in good standing with ISU, GPA is not an important consideration in selection. Applicants shall submit a letter of reference, preferably from an educator, accompanied with a statement addressing why they have chosen to work as an educator.
Education Majors Mattocks, Dr. T.C. & Cheryl E. - An award for Juniors or Seniors in Early Childhood Education with a minimum 3.40 cumulative gpa, demonstrating financial need.
Education Majors Michener, Barbara & Roger - Scholarship awarded to a student during the semester they are student teaching.
Education Majors Nielson, Donald L. & Helen Doering, Fellowship - Fellowship designed to award a full-time Junior, Senior, or Graduate student majoring in Education and planning to teach within a predominantly Native American Community. Preference to Native American students from Fort Hall, Idaho. Award is renewable for a maximum of three years.
Education Majors Redfield Memorial - Annual award to a Junior or Senior Education major. Must be nominated by faculty or member of Education Dept.
Education Majors Sagness, Richard L. & Donna J., Excellence in Teaching - Awarded to full-time students with a minimum 2.00 cumulative gpa. Preference to women who are head-of-households and/or displaced homemakers who have demonstrated commitment to their academic studies.
Education Majors Sherman, Robert "Dutch", Memorial - Scholarship awarded to students enrolled in the Teacher Education program with a minimum 2.50 cumulative gpa.
Education Majors Sieman, Nannette & Gail, Early Childhood - Recipients must have been accepted into the College of Educationís early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education program. Priority given to a senior student. In addition to the standard scholarship application, the applicant must complete a letter of application to include reason(s) for application and case for receiving this award accompanied by a letter of recommendation from a third party, not a family member. GPA is not a consideration for this award.
Education Majors Somsen, Margaret - Scholarship awarded to a Junior in the College of Education. Must demonstrate financial need and be a U.S. citizen.
Education Majors Toombs, Marian A. - Awarded to a current sophomore majoring in Education with a minimum 2.50 cumulative gpa attending full-time. Must be an Idaho Resident.
Education Majors Ward, Della & Reuben - Awarded to a full-time student with a minimum 2.00 cumulative gpa. Must be an Idaho Resident with preference to students from Malta and Albion, Idaho. Students residing in Declo may also be given consideration.
Education Majors Wilson, June M. - Scholarship awarded to Junior or Senior Education majors with a minimum 3.00 cumulative gpa. Preference given to students from the Magic Valley area; particularly from Hansen, Kimberly, or Murtaugh.
Education Majors Zobell-Albion - Awarded annually to an undergraduate Education major who shows evidence of self motivation, creative ability, & leadership. Demonstrate potential of becoming an outstanding meritorious teacher. Minimum 3.00 cumulative gpa required and Non-Residents are eligible.
Education Majors; Female Clark-Seddon - Award shall be given to a female student enrolled in the teacher education program. Preference will be given to Idaho residents. Requires major to be in either elementary education or secondary education with emphasis in biology, music, or business education. Recipients must be full-time (12 credits). Applicants shall submit a letter of reference, preferably from an educator, accompanied with a statement addressing why they have chosen to work as an educator.
Education Majors,
Jr./Sr.
FMC Math/Science - Annually awarded to a Junior or Senior Teacher Education major who wishes to enter mathematics or science education.
Elementary Education Majors Satterwhite, Frances E., Memorial - Scholarship awarded to a Junior or Senior admitted to the Teacher Education Program with at least a 3.00 cumulative gpa. Preference will be given to Elementary Education majors who are single parents from the Magic Valley Area.
Family & Consumer Science
Majors
Family & Consumer Sciences - One or more scholarships awarded annually to outstanding Family & Consumer Science majors with a 2.00 minimum cumulative gpa. Idaho Resident, U.S. Citizen.
Family & Consumer Sciences Majors Rowe, Jeannette, Memorial - Awarded to Jr., Sr., or PB majoring in Dietetics or Family and Consumer Sciences with a minimum 2.00 cumulative gpa who are members of Phi Upsilon Omicron (Phi U).
Teacher Education Majors Earl, Ted, Memorial - One scholarship awarded to Idaho residents majoring in Teacher Education who are Juniors or Seniors & have financial need. Student not receiving other awards are given preference.
Teacher Education Program; Jr or Sr Bellon, Jerry J. & Elner C./Caccia, Babe - Applicants must be enrolled in a Teacher Education Program at the Junior or Senior level. Must demonstrate financial need. Must be Idaho Residents. Statement should address your reasons for pursuing a degree in Education and your opinion on the most important issues in Education today. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate their leadership abilities through employment and/or involvement in community service or student organizations; and whose written statement reflects social conscience and respect for diversity. Preference will also be given to students who are committed to working with children beyond traditional instructional settings, e.g. co-curricular activities, clubs, and special programs. Specifically for Caccia: Students pursuing coaching in educational settings, or those who have made coaching and interscholastic athletics an important part of their goals and objectives. Student Athletes who have completed their eligibility and are within 30 hours of graduation from the teacher preparation program.

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