Education scholarships

If you’re in one of our education or counseling degree programs, these scholarships may interest you.

Adolescent Literacy Predoctoral Fellowship  

Applicants should be a candidate for a doctoral degree in a graduate school located in the U.S. Applicants must also have acquired knowledge of adolescent literacy and applicants must be prepared to perform research focusing on adolescent literacy.

Arizona Teaching Fellows 

Highly-selective alternative route to teaching designed for outstanding individuals dedicated to impacting student achievement in Phoenix’s high-need classrooms. Must have or be completing a bachelor's degree to apply.

BrainTrack Scholarships 

Twice a year award of $1000 or $500.

CREATE Scholarships 

Curriculum, Resources, and Education in Assistive Technology for Educators.  The program provides scholars with the opportunity to complete our M. Ed. in Special Education Low Incidence/Severe-Profound emphasis with certification and pays for tuition and fees.

Delta Kappa Gamma, TAU Chapter Scholarship 

Delta Kappa Gamma, TAU Chapter offers a scholarship to young women from Flagstaff, Page, and Williams who are in graduate school and who represent excellence as educators.

ETS Fellowship and Internship Programs 

ETS offers several programs for individuals who are interested in the educational research, measurement, and related fields. See the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and the Harold Gulliksen Psychometric Research Fellowship.

National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship 

The National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship Program supports early career scholars working in critical areas of education research.

CIEE Ping Doctoral Research Fellowship 

Support for doctoral research focused on U.S. undergraduate study abroad.

The Spencer Foundation 

The Spencer Foundation invests in education research for the purpose of making education better.

SR Education Group

The SR Education Group offers scholarships for teachers enrolled in graduate school.  

Woodrow Wilson Institute 

See The Woodrow Wilson-Rockefeller Brothers Fund—Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color and the Teaching Fellowships in Science, Technology, Math.