Minority Teaching Scholarship
Missouri Department of Higher Education
The Minority Teaching Scholarship is awarded to high school graduate, a college student pursuing a career in teaching. Applicants must be United States citizen or permanent resident, or otherwise lawfully present in the United States
1,000 - 2,000
- 1 award
- Scholarship Website
- Age/Grade Level:A recent high school graduate, college student or returning adult (without a degree)
- Financial Need:Not Mentioned
- Other Academic Requirements:Who ranks in the top 25 of percent of their high school class and scores in the top 25 percent of the ACT or SAT exam*, or another accepted, national academic assessment examACT composite score of 24SAT composite critical reading and math score of 1360.
- Residence:Be a permanent resident, or otherwise lawfully present in the United States. (or United States citizen)Be a Missouri resident
- Citizenship:Be a United States citizen (or permanent resident, or otherwise lawfully present in the United States.)
- College:Be enrolled full-time in an approved teacher education program at a participating community college or four-year college or university in Missouri
- Major/Career:This is a program designed to attract academically talented minority individuals into the teaching profession.
- Ethnicity:Be African American, Asian American, Hispanic American or Native American.
- Extracurricular:School and community activities
- Transcript:Not required
- Resume/Activity List:Not required
- Phone: (800) 473-6757
- Email: [email protected]