It is our privilege to be able to support these future educators as they strive to make positive impacts in their classrooms and communities! We appreciate all the amazing participants who applied and look forward to continuing to support all our candidates throughout their teaching journeys.

Take a look at our 2022 scholarship winners below!

Angel Tejeda Zabala

"As an Immigrant, I want to promote equity, and access to resources for all students regardless of their race, ethnicity, or background."

Ariel Turner

"Teaching encompasses more than lecturing children. It also involves learning about your students and helping them overcome obstacles outside of school to assure..."

Ashley Rogers

"Working around children brings me joy and inspiration to always keep it fun and motivating. I hope that one day I will be able to transition into a classroom setting and call my classroom my home."

Braden Baikauskas

"In the uncertain world we live, children are faced with negative circumstances every day, however, teachers have a unique opportunity to become a positive role model and change lives."

Brittany Silva

"Building relationships and watching children pick up new skills and knowledge is the most rewarding thing there is to find in any career."

Corrie Barkdull

"Teaching means giving my students a safe and welcoming space to bring their whole selves into the classroom - safely expressing their stories and seeing their experiences..."

Dana Baethge

"For every student I can bring out the best in or encourage them to be better each day - that is now my current measure of success."

Dominique Shaw

"Many believe that this generation is lost, but I believe these students need love, support, and transparency."

Greta Sloan

"My dream to become a teacher has come true, and now I hope I can help my students achieve their dreams too."

Hannah Riska

"I strive to show every child that they are significant, loved, and have a place in this world. Our children are our future. As a teacher, I will make a difference."

Kelli Marrott

"I strongly feel that each individual has great potential, and I want to help children see that within themselves."

Lizeth Parra

Ultimately, teaching is worth it because of the opportunities for establishing positive relationships with students, and observing them progress..."

Michelle Collins

"I want to teach young children a love of lifelong learning. I want to be able to advocate for my students and show them that learning can be creative and fun."

Michelle DeWald

"I believe I can help make a difference by letting my light shine one school at a time and one child at a time."

Nettie Lewis

"It is my passion to help others learn and strive to be the best they can be at their own pace, time, and knowledge used."

Shannon Chavez

"Our children today are the future leaders of tomorrow. I want to be a part of something greater than myself."

Stephanie Stanfield

"Even if I am only ever able to help one student, that will be enough to make everything worth it."

Tyler Reggio

"I believe that education is where students can maximize opportunity, and I want to be a part of that."

Yasmin Moreno

"I now know more than ever that, as an educator, I can impact a child's life by providing the power of education through childhood education."

Yolanda White Johnson

"The idea is to spread knowledge for the betterment of your community. I've got next."

Thank You, Scholarship Winner, For Choosing Work That's Worth It!

Interested in applying for our 2023 scholarships? Please provide your information below and keep an eye on your email for updates regarding our 2023 New Teacher Scholarships this fall!

New Teacher Scholarship 2023 Updates

New Teacher Scholarship 2023 Updates

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New Teacher Scholarship 2022 FAQs

To qualify for the 2022-2023 New Teacher Scholarship, you must complete the scholarship application by 11/30/22 and be enrolled in Teachers of Tomorrow by 12/15/22. Candidates that have completed Phase 1/Pre-service requirements and are currently engaged in Phase 2/the Intern Year do NOT qualify to participate in the scholarship. 

Winners will be announced in January 2023 and will be notified directly via email.

Yes, all scholarships must be redeemed on or before January 2024. See Terms & Conditions for more details. 

If you are unable to complete the program, the scholarship will be void and may not be used should you decide to re-enroll in the future.

You can apply for one scholarship. Additional entries will be removed and will not impact your chances of receiving a scholarship.

A total of 20 scholarships will be awarded across all states Teachers of Tomorrow operates in.

The Teachers of Tomorrow Scholarship committee will review all entries and narrow down the winners in a thorough vetting process based on candidate responses to the essay question within the scholarship application form.

Yes, we accept international applicants looking to teach in the U.S.

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