Christopher K. Smith Memorial Scholarship

Delaware’s professional educators - the 11,000 members of the Delaware State Education

Association - are offering a scholarship of $1,000 per year for four years in order to help a future
teacher enter today’s most rewarding, critical, and challenging profession.

The members of DSEA invite all Delaware high school seniors graduating from a public school, who intend to pursue a career in teaching, to apply for this DSEA scholarship.

The recipient is encouraged to pursue a four-year college degree leading to a Delaware teacher certificate
and teach in a public school, preferably in Delaware. The recipient must maintain a 3.0 grade point average
and provide an annual transcript showing proof of the student being an education major. The scholarship
will be rescinded should the student change from an education major.

For more information about this award, please visit our website.

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