NSEA'S Loretta Harper Reach for the Stars Scholarship
The Nevada State Education Association (NSEA), in partnership with elected leaders and community members, is pleased to offer two scholarships to those applicants who are selected. The NSEA supports students pursuing a degree in education and highly encourages these students to apply. However, the NSEA supports all education, so the application process is not limited to education students.
To apply for NSEA’s “Loretta Harper Reach for the Stars” scholarship, candidates must be a graduating senior or must have previously graduated from a Nevada public high school. Candidates must be enrolled or enrolling in a Nevada accredited:
- Community college
- 4-year university
- Career technology institution
Click here (4 Year College Category) and here (Dreamers Category) for links to download the scholarship applications. Please feel free to duplicate the printed application or forward the link to complete the online application to all qualified candidates. Completed applications are due in the NSEA office no later than close of business on March 15, 2019.
NSEA is excited to reach out to our state in a positive effort to increase the skills and talents of our present and future workforce. The $2,000 scholarships are awarded annually. If you have any further questions, please contact Lisa Toth, Director of Operations, at (702) 733-7330 or 800-248-6732, extension 5026
Brian Lee DoDEA Scholarship
Applicant must be a graduate of or have attended a DoDEA high school. Scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each may be used to defray the costs of attending any 4-year college, community college, trade or vocational school, or an independent course of study. Independent courses of study may include apprenticeship programs, unpaid internships, language immersion programs, or other self-directed courses of study.
Elizabeth Brown Early Career Educators’ Scholarship
Applicant must be a teacher in a public school anywhere in Nevada and in their first through fifth years of teaching. Applicant must be a member of their local association/NSEA. Scholarship monies are to be used to help finance a Master’s Degree, National Boards, or for professional development training that will apply to licensure recertification or step and column advancement. The Scholarship is in the amount of $1,000.00 and is only for that year. Scholarship funds will NOT be distributed to the applicant, but instead will be sent directly to the administrator of the program being attended. The following information must accompany the application.