Teaching Scholarships in Indiana

  • Indiana Minority Teacher/Special Education Services Scholarship

    Minority students demonstrating financial need may receive up to $4,000 annually; for non-minority students the maximum award is $1,000. A minority student (defined as Black or Hispanic) seeking a teaching certification; or any student (minority and non-minority) seeking Special Education teaching certification, or Occupational or Physical Therapy certification.

  • T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Indiana

    Scholarships available for those pursuing a bachelor’s degree or an associate degree.

  • Lily Endowment: Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program

    For 2013, the Endowment announced that it will offer up to 100 grants of $10,000 each to Indiana’s public and private school teachers (including guidance counselors and library/media specialists), principals and assistant principals for projects of the individual’s choice.

  • Indiana University

    Variety of scholarships through their School of Education.

  • Indiana Wesleyan University: TEACH Grant

    Up to $4,000 per year. In exchange for receiving a TEACH Grant, you must agree to serve as a full-time teacher in a high-need field in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves low-income students.

  • Teaching and Learning at Indiana University, Bloomington

    These are a list of teaching and learning grants available to those seeking to improve teaching and learning at the university level. Long, exhaustive list included with the link.

  • Indiana State University

    A number of scholarships for education students, including the Bayh College of Education Patricia J. Drake Textbook Scholarship, the A. Elwood and Juneth S. Adams Memorial Fund, the Elisha A. Bourn Scholarship in Education, the Teresa Brooks Memorial Scholarship in Education, the Patricia J. Drake Memorial Scholarship, and the Ruth Ann Bourne Elrod Scholarship in Education.

  • Frank O’Bannon Grant Program

    Indiana resident and full-time students. Grant is need based.

  • Twenty-first Century Scholars Program

    Indiana resident and full-time students. Grant is need based.