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Texas Retired Teachers Foundation Student Scholarship

TRTF awards scholarships to Texas college students pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree in Education. Since the program's inception, TRTF has awarded over $37,000 in scholarship funds. IMPORTANT: Student scholarship applicants must be a relative of a member of the Texas Retired Teachers Association (TRTA). The applicant must include their official or unofficial high school (if a senior in high school) or college transcripts (if already attending college) with their application. DEADLINE MARCH 12th at 5:00 p.m., including transcripts! Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted!

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