Are you an aspiring teacher looking for money to further your education and early childcare as an aspiring education professional? There's all kinds of money available on the world wide web. Seek and you shall find.
this post serves as a quick heads-up that the Delaware Association for the education of young children helps aspiring teachers currently in college or graduates find necessary funding to further their education. If you haven't yet attended college and looking to be an early child education professional, you can qualify for this special scholarship 2 further your education as an aspiring education professional.
According to the Delaware Association for the education of young children brochure, people who qualify for the scholarship or teachers, directors, assistance, on-site owners, and family - large family and childcare staff who have a desire to earn a national Child Development Association credential (CDA) an associate degree or bachelor's degree in early childhood care and education:
- Work in a Delaware license Child Care Program
- Are 18 years of age or older and have a GED or high school diploma
- Work at least 20 hours a week in a license early care and education, School - age or family child care program
- Make under $15 an hour as a FCC provider, teacher or assistant and $20.00/hr as an Administrator
- Are committed to staying in the ECE field
If you're interested in a career of early childhood education and interested in a bachelor's degree scholarship or already completed an associate's degree or have 40 credits already in college, you're eligible to apply and most likely qualify for the ECC scholarship.
Scholarships are awarded based on funding availability, according to information listed in the Delaware Association for the education of young children brochure.
Additional information about CDA scholarship:
(Information listed in the brochure)
- T.E.A.C.H pays $375 of the assessment fee
- Teach is responsible for
- 85% of tuition
- 90% of books
- $75 travel allowance
- Release time reimbursement to sponsor, up to 48 hours/semester
Prefer the eligibility for the ECC - CDA scholarship, and according to information listed verbatim in the brochure, a scholarship recipient must enroll in an associate's or bachelor's degree program in early childhood at an inn - State, regionally accredited college/university.
Furthermore, the college/University must be willing to accept the T.E.A.C.H scholarship for third-party billing. Average recipients complete a 9 - 18 credits per contract year.
According to other information listed in the brochure, if the scholarship recipient completes everything pertaining to what's listed in the scholarship contract, you're eligible to receive a potential $350 bonus. You'll also be in the ballpark to potentially receive an additional $300 bonus or 2% increase from the sponsoring program upon successful completion of the contract. This means what you set out to do you must do as an aspiring teacher. If you do what you set your mind to, not only will you achieve your goals, but you'll be in the money for Life along with a stable career as an early childhood education teacher and administrative professional.
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Wilmington, Delaware 19810
DEAEYC came into Inception since 1969 and a Professional Organization with a concentration of being Delaware's resource for adults who work with and form young children into great people as future leaders.
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