Minority Teacher Loan
Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board
The Minority Teacher Loan Program is a loan program that is given to Wisconsin residents. The applicant must be a minority enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University of Wisconsin. The loan amount is up to $10,000 annually. The awardees must agree to teach in an elementary or secondary school in the city of Milwaukee at a full-time position.
250 - 10,000
- 1 award
- Scholarship Website
- Age/Grade Level:The applicant must be undergraduate sophomores, juniors, or seniors.
- Minimum GPA:3.0
- Financial Need:Not Mentioned
- Other Academic Requirements:The applicant must be enrolled at least half-time at a University of Wisconsin System.
- Residence:The loan is open to Wisconsin residents.
- Citizenship:The applicant must be a citizen of Laos, Vietnam, or Cambodia (or a minority student).
- College:The applicant must be enrolled at a University of Wisconsin System institution or a non-profit, independent college or university in the state of Wisconsin.
- Major/Career:The applicant must be enrolled in a program of study leading to a teachers license in a discipline identified as a teacher shortage area for the state of Wisconsin by the United States Department of Education.
- Ethnicity:The applicant must be a member of a minority population: Black American; American Indian; Hispanic; or Laotian, Cambodian or Vietnamese who was admitted to the United States after December 31, 1975 or whose ancestor was (or who is a citizen of Laos, Vietnam, or Cambodia).
- Miscellaneous:Students who participate in this program must agree to teach, full-time, in an elementary or secondary school in the city of Milwaukee.
- Transcript:Not required
- Resume/Activity List:Not required
- Name: Peter Zammuto
- Phone: (608) 267-2212
- Email: [email protected]