If you love teaching and see yourself as a successful teacher, then here is the chance that will reduce your financial burden. Indiana Commission for Higher Education happily expecting applications for its Student Teaching Stipend for High Need Fields. Applicants enrolled in an accredited school in Indiana in a high need field special education or middle or high school level mathematics or science are eligible. Fellows should be a United States citizen or eligible noncitizen and be a first-time undergraduate student to be eligible for this program.
This program aims to support students who are struggling with their financial expenses. This stipend is designed to provide needed assistance to the student who dreams of being a teacher in the future and is working hard to turn it into reality. The program is specially initiated to enhance the development of Indiana by creating excellent and expert teachers who will educate the future generation on Indiana to grow it vigorously. It gives employment opportunities to the students and improves living standards.
The Commission for Higher Education is dedicated to making college affordable for all students by offering both need-based and non-need-based awards. It designs the different programs and provides enough support through all means to enhance the growth of society and the students. All the programs are accessible and give extreme benefits to the people to make their lives easy. The commission is dedicated to improving the lives of people.
Here is the quick glance of all the information related to this scholarship given below:
|Organization||Indiana Commission for Higher Education|
|Educational Level||Undergraduate students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||January 31, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
Follow the eligibility requirements of the stipend given below:
- Indiana Commission for Higher Education
- Candidates must be enrolled in the course of study that would enable the student, upon graduation, to teach at an accredited school in Indiana in a high-need field special education or middle or high school level math or science.
- Fellows should participate in student teaching as part of the student’s degree requirements during the semester in which the student applies.
- Individuals should have earned a cumulative grade point average upon entering student teaching that is required by an eligible institution for admission to the eligible institution’s school of education.
- Applicants must be enrolled at an eligible Indiana institution.
- Fellows should be an Indiana resident by December 31 the year before applying for aid.
- Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen.
- Fellows should be a first-time undergraduate student.
- Students teach at an Indiana school authorized by the Indiana Department of Education; meet any other minimum criteria established by the commission and agree in writing to apply for a teaching position at an accredited school in Indiana following that student’s certification as a teacher and, if hired, teach for at least three years are welcome.
How to Apply
Candidates who are eligible for the program should apply through an online application. Late or incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration. All the required details and the materials should be adequately provided. Students should complete the form in the scholar track. Students will need to create a Student ScholarTrack Account to complete the application. Once logged into Scholartrack click on the Apply for State Aid to access it. Or visit directly on the official portal to complete.
- All the materials to verify your eligibility is needed.
- Candidates should submit a fully completed application form.
The maximum amount a student may receive is up to $4,000. The amount of the scholarship may vary year-to-year based on the amount of the appropriation and the number of applicants. Stipends will be awarded directly to students. This program gives all the needed support to the deserving future teachers.
Applications should be submitted before January 31, 2021.