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Bright Futures Scholarship for Early Childhood Teachers

$1,000

June 09, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Our Bright Future's Scholarship Program supports the field of early childhood education by offering financial assistance for future teachers. We are excited to offer financial assistance ranging from $250-$1,000 for full-time students pursuing degrees in Early Childhood Education or in a related field. Selected recipients will be awarded funds directly for use toward books, laptops, fees or other education-related expenses.

    Eligibility: Full-time enrollment in an accredited degree program. Demonstrated potential as a teacher of young children under the age of 6 and have a minimum of nine months of experience working with this age group. A consistent display of excellence as a standard in their educational coursework, especially in classes related to education/child development. Candidates must demonstrate achievement in their field-based experiences working directly with young children and their families. A GPA of 3.0 or higher. Minimum of 15 credits completed for associate's program, minimum 30 credits completed for bachelor's program or have already been accepted into a master's program at the time of submitting their application.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 200 Talcott Avenue
  • Watertown, MA 02472
  • brightfutures@brighthorizons.com

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Anita shankarayya hiremath  on 4/25/2019 6:00:20 AM

Good for poor students

Jamellah O  on 4/24/2019 10:12:56 AM

I am interested in scholarships and/grants to work towards my doctorate degree

Tiffany B  on 4/23/2019 11:38:07 AM

I don't have an academic reference. I have no teacher or professor that can write a recommendation for me,what can I do? I have multiple employers who can write recommendations for me but it specifically says an academic one like a teacher or professor. Help!

jamila sultan  on 10/28/2018 8:11:46 AM

hi i am interested this scholarship so tell me how to apply for this. i am a proffesional teacher and want to improve the quality of education.

Abida Begum  on 10/5/2018 6:12:15 AM

I am very backward area of Gilgit Baltistan of Pakistan. I am interested for this schoalarship? Am I illegible for this scholarship?

sygismond E  on 7/12/2016 10:28:25 AM

YES, I HAVE LIMITED SUPPORT

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