Teaching Scholarships in Michigan

Michigan is a great state to pursue your education degree. You should first research teacher certification requirements from the Michigan Department of Education. Once you have an understanding of your needs now you just have to figure out how to finance your dreams. Scholarships should always be on the top of your list (no debt burden). These may include:

General Teaching Scholarship as just about any teaching student can apply for these great scholarships.

Region Specific scholarships that is limited to certain states or regions.

Minority Teaching Scholarships which assist students that belong to a minority group with getting extra support.

Science and Math Scholarships focusing on these in-demand fields can get access to these funds/scholarships.

Subject Specific scholarships focus on a variety of subject specific teaching fields.

Fellowships and Graduate Level Scholarships are awarded to upper level and post-graduate study.

Current Teacher Scholarships for those currently working as teachers can also get funding for further education and educational projects through these scholarships.

TEACH Grant is a federal grant that Michigan State University offers, but students must fulfill the stringent requirements so they don't end up facing the consequence of paying the amount awarded in grant money as a loan with interest compounded from the time of loan. To avail of this Grant Program, the recipient needs to fulfill the teaching obligation, service agreement, must undergo counseling, consider high-need subject areas, pass the eligibility requirements, and complete the documentation process that is within 120 days to confirm to enroll in teacher preparation program. Complete the Teach Grant Entrance Counseling now for 2012-2013 at https://teach-ats.ed.gov/ats/index.action.

In addition to SchoolSoup's extensive list of teaching scholarships, here is a list of 101 scholarships designed just to help aspiring teachers pay their way to college and have some help afterwards.

Browse Teaching Scholarships in Michigan:

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Name Amount
$500 CollegeMapper Scholarship - No Essay $500
Sponsored: The $500 CollegeMapper Scholarship is open to all students currently enrolled in high school and plan to attend a college or University in the U.S. AND to students who are already enrolled in college and are looking to transfer schools. Refer a friend for more chances to win.
Budd-McCallum Scholarship-Teaching Varies
Scholarship recipients must be LCC District residents, carry a minimum of 6 credits majoring in social work, health careers, public safety, or teaching. Preference is for students entering ...
Marian Raths Kinzie Expendable Scholarship Varies
Recipients shall be selected on the basis of graduating from high schools in either, Eaton Rapids, MI or Charlotte, MI, and who have the desire to go into teaching.
Michigan Bell Scholarship-Communications Varies
Aid for a communications major attending Glen Oaks Community College. Student must be a resident of Michigan and be enrolled full-time with a minimum 3.00 GPA.
Robert O. Wallis C-MARSP Memorial Scholarship Varies
Awarded to residents from Chippewa or Mackinac County that are currently enrolled LSSU students with at least 26 earned LSSU credits and a minimum 3.0 GPA.