Who Can Apply:
- This scholarship aims to support a BIPOC student, and a teacher who has student debt who is committed to community advocacy.
- The first award will go to a BIPOC high school junior or senior who is interested in studying education. The second will go to a BIPOC teacher who has student debt, is committed to community advocacy, and has a classroom that offers support to their students.
Submission: To apply as a student, tell us about the challenges you have faced through your education and how you’ll help other students overcome these challenges through your career. To apply as a teacher, tell us how you’re advocating for social justice and how you incorporate this in your everyday classroom activities.
Deadline: May 19, 2022