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TEACHING AND LEADING SCHOLARSHIP

 

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The Teaching and Leading Scholarship is available to students employed in full-time vocational ministry who wish to pursue a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning (MEd), a Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary (MAT), a Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL), a Master of Nonprofit Administration (MNA), or a Graduate Certificate in English, History, Special Education, Mathematics, or Leadership.

The Teaching & Leading Scholarship is externally funded through Eternal Vision, a non-profit ministry devoted to teaching biblical stewardship and helping Christian ministries build endowments to improve quality. The scholarship covers approximately 50 percent of the cost of tuition, reducing tuition costs to $210 per credit hour.

Candidates for the Teaching and Leading Scholarship include teachers and administrators in Christian schools, youth pastors, home educators, missionaries, pastors, those serving in Bible-based Christian ministry non-profit organizations. To see if you qualify, please call 920.206.2323 or email us.

Apply now for the scholarship by completing the form below.

 

Apply for the Teaching & Leading Scholarship

  • The Higher Education Emergency Relief Grants for graduate students will be granted as a blanket award which students receive at the rate of $250 per credit based on presumed need toward educational expenses. The decision of the Grant Committee will be final. Students must define a substantiated need for the award and will be required to reapply for each semester of enrollment. By submitting this joint application you are requesting consideration for the Teaching & Leading Scholarship or the HEERF grant. Students will receive the highest award for which they are eligible.
  • Students should apply each online semester for a new award. The maximum total award an individual may receive is $6495.
  • Each student must apply for a scholarship before each fall, spring and summer semester in order to receive the scholarship for that billing period. If you have not already done so, please apply for a masters or certificate program of your choice using the standard application. Please be sure your submission went through. Occasionally a form will scroll to the top to let you know you know the form didn't submit.