ETA Scholarship for Dependents of Members Each year, ETA offers three scholarships to dependents of members. To be eligible, an applicant must meet the following criteria:
Dependent of current ETA member
Graduating from high school during current school year
GPA of 2.0 or higher (based on 4.0 scale) after 7 high school semesters
Plan to attend a formal accredited training program (trade school, cosmetology, etc.) or a two/four year accredited college/university this fall
Selection Process: Three $750 ETA Scholarships will be awarded. Winners will be chosen by random draw of all eligible applications received. Application Deadline: April 1 Application: ETA Scholarship for Dependents of Members
ISTA Foundation District Scholarship The ISTA Foundation offers scholarships through area district councils. ETA members may nominate eligible students for two different ISTA Foundation District Scholarships: 1. ISTA Foundation District Scholarship - One $700 scholarship will be awarded for District Council 20 (Evansville TA is part of District Council 20). Winner will be chosen by random draw of all eligible nominations received. 2. ISTA Foundation Retired Scholarship - If ISTA-Retired reaches their fund-raising goal, two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded.
Candidate must be a child, stepchild, grandchild, or step grandchild of an ISTA member.
Candidate must have at least a C average in high school.
Candidate graduated from a public high school in December or will graduate in May/June of current school year.
Candidate will continue his/her education at a formal accredited training program (apprenticeship, trade school, cosmetology, etc.) or will attend a 2 to 4 year accredited college or university.
Candidate does not have to attend high school in the same ISTA district where the member teaches.
Candidate does not have to live with the ISTA member.
ISTA Foundation Scholarship for NBPTS Candidates for National Board Certification This scholarship is open to ISTA members who are candidates for National Board Certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. The ISTA Foundation accepts and reviews applications on a rolling basis beginning September 1. Candidates are eligible to receive the ISTA Foundation National Board Certification Scholarship once during initial certification and once for renewal/maintenance during certification cycle. Awards are up to $500 and issued on a first come, first served basis as applications are received, provided the applicant meets all scholarship criteria. Applicants must submit proof of registration and component purchase(s) with scholarship application submission. Application: ISTA Foundation Scholarship for NBPTS
Debbie Hartz Memorial Scholarship Fund The Evansville Teachers Association, in partnership with the EVSC Foundation, is pleased to announce the establishment of the Debbie Hartz Memorial Scholarship Fund, in honor of Debbie Hartz, who passed away on November 20, 2014 after a four-year battle with cancer. In few words, Debbie was a fierce advocate and passionate educator. All who met her were left with an indelible impression, whether it be from a bit of knowledge she shared, a story about her boys or grandkids, who she loved dearly, or her beautiful and infectious laugh. Those who knew her well were inspired by the courage and positivism with which she faced and fought her cancer. Over her nearly 38 years of service to EVSC as an elementary or middle school teacher, curriculum expert, district coach, or supervisor, it is likely that nearly every student or teacher has been somehow touched by the work of Debbie, and for that all are grateful. The fund will provide scholarships for professional development for EVSC educators, something about which Debbie was truly passionate.
Thanks to the generosity of ETA, any donation to the fund of $500 or less will be matched, up to a total of $5,000. Individuals wishing to make a tax deductible contribution to the Debbie Hartz Memorial Scholarship fund may do so by credit card online by clicking here and including “Debbie Hartz Memorial Scholarship” on the online form. Individuals wishing to make a cash contribution may do so by check or money order made payable to “EVSC Foundation,” including “Debbie Hartz Memorial Scholarship” in the memo line. Cash contributions should be sent to EVSC Foundation, 951 Walnut St., Evansville, IN 47713.