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The Hackley School offers the EE Ford Teaching Fellowship. The EE Ford details are at the bottom of the linked page above. All applicants to send their details directly to Kevin Rea. The school will consider applications throughout the month of January 2009 until February 13, 2009.
Hackley offers a $5,000 stipend towards educational expenses during the Junior year, a further $5,000 stipend during the senior year, and two $5,000 stipends for graduate education following the two-year fellowship at Hackley, in addition to the salary for the two years of the Fellowship.
Deadline: mid-February, annually
Founded in 1990 by Kelly Wise, the IRT provides academic and individualized support to students from diverse backgrounds who wish to attain graduate degrees in the humanities, social sciences, education, and mathematics. IRT participants are individuals who plan to pursue careers in teaching, counseling, and administration at both the K-12 and university levels. The IRT sponsors two programs. The Summer Workshop is a four week program held on the campus of Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. The Associate program is geared toward undergraduates who are recent graduates or otherwise engaged in summer research activities. Participants in both programs are sponsored by the IRT as they apply to graduate schools in a consortium of 42 affiliated universities. The consortium universities waive application fees for IRT applicants.
Deadline: April 1