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Offered by The Kansas Board of Regents
Are you a current or aspiring teacher planning to teach in Kansas for at least a year? If so, you might be interested in applying for the Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship! The scholarship is open to students pursuing bachelor’s degrees in teaching, as well as current teachers and graduate students pursuing an endorsement in hard-to-fill disciplines or planning to teach in underserved areas. Applicants must also be willing to teach in Kansas for at least one year.
The Kansas Board of Regents, a governing board, offers the scholarship program. They are responsible for the state’s educational institutions and are dedicated to supporting the well-being of Kansas’ public higher education institutions, the students who attend them, and Kansas citizens. Every year, they are proud to offer up to $5,830 to eligible recipients for their educational costs. If you are passionate about teaching and doing so in Kansas, we encourage you to apply!
The scholarship is open to students pursuing bachelor's degrees in teaching, as well as current teachers and graduate students pursuing an endorsement in hard-to-fill disciplines or planning to teach in underserved areas. Applicants must also be willing to teach in Kansas for at least one year and meet the below eligibility requirements.
College & Graduate Students
US Citizens, Permanent Residents
Education, Special Education
To apply for this scholarship, first complete and online application and fill out the FAFSA. Then, mail a copy of your teaching certificate or licensure (if you are a current teacher), and the below application materials to: Kansas Board of Regents: 1000 SW Jackson St, Ste 520, Topeka, KS 66612. Alternatively, you may email your application materials to [email protected].
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