for High School Seniors and Teacher Interns.
SSRA has two scholarships available this year.
LYNN FULLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP provides a great opportunity
for all SSRA members to nominate a student who is graduating
and/or has graduated from the Seattle School District and is
interested in pursuing the field of
All that is required is a letter explaining why the nominator
thinks the student is worthy of this scholarship as well as a
short essay from the student regarding his or her goals in the
field of elementary education.
Nominations are due May 31st and recipients will be notified by
June 15, 2016
The $1,000.00 award is sent to the recipient's selected
SSRA TEACHING INTERN SCHOLARSHIP
This years awardee of the SSRA Teaching Intern Scholarship is
Janae Brown who is working on the Secondary and Middle Level Certification
M.Ed at the University of Washington in Bothell.
This scholarship is for future teachers who are student teaching
during the academic year 2016-2017 through a college/university
program and who are working on initial certification in an
educational field. Applications are due September 1st, 2016.
This scholarship application is available from the SSRA office or
from Patricia MacGowan.
email@example.com, (206) 851-0232.
SEATTLE SCHOOLS SCHOLARSHIPS FUND
SSRA is proud to contribute $10,000 annually to the Seattle Schools Scholarship Fund, which offers a one-time award of $2,500 to each of 26 graduating seniors every year. The recipients have all overcome particular hardships and challenges during their school years. The grants awards are for tuition expenses at any college or university, and they may also be used for vocational training of the students' choice
SEATTLE EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT DIVIDENDS (SEED)
Seattle Educational Enhancement Dividends are granted to any employee of the Seattle School District for use in improving the educational experience of students district-wide. Non-members of SSRA are eligible for a one-time grant of up to $100, while SSRA members may apply annually for a grant of up to $200. To apply for a S.E.E.D. grant, the applicant needs simply to tell us what you would like to use the grant for and how many students will directly benefit from it. Include "SEED" in the subject line and email it to
APPLICATION FOR SEED