Teach for Nevada Scholarship
The Nevada Dept. of Education Teach Nevada Scholarships help train additional licensed teachers for areas with significant teacher shortages. SNC has received additional scholarships for new students.
The 2018 – 2019 scholarships cover the licensure portion (PHASE I) of the MAT program. Students must be newly enrolled for summer or fall 2018 in the ARL (Alternative Route to Licensing) track of the MAT program.
- Students must have received a Bachelors degree in a field other than education.
- Students must be newly enrolled in a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program at a state-approved Nevada university.
- Students must pursue licensing in Elementary Education, Special Education, or Secondary Education in Math, Science, or English.
- Students must maintain good academic standing during the program and maintain employment in eligible Nevada public schools for five consecutive years after completion.
The objective is to provide as close to full scholarships as possible. Scholarship awards are based on program eligibility, financial need, and the student’s commitment to help to fill the need for teachers in the state of Nevada. Applicants must fill out the FAFSA.
How It Works
Recipients will be reimbursed for their full tuition, up to the Teach Nevada Scholarship limit of $24,000 per student. The student receives 75% of their award while they are in attendance. The remaining 25% is deposited into a trust account established by the NV DOE for the student. That 25% remains in the trust account until the student has completed the preparation program; maintained employment at a Nevada public school for five consecutive years, including three years at a school on the Eligible Schools List for Teach Nevada Scholarship Recipients, found at www.doe.nv.gov/; and has met any other requirements established by the State Board.
Scholarship recipients must submit an Enrollment Certification Form for EACH SEMESTER that they are enrolled in the program.