Scholarships for Secondary Education Students

  • Open to students enrolled in Woodring
  • Preference given to those who are completing a major in Humanities or are seeking an endorsement in Social Studies
  • Preference also given to post-baccalaureate students.
  • Open to any student admitted to any Woodring teacher education program with a minimum cumulative 3.75 grade point average
  • Students must be intending to teach (major or endorsement) in the following fields of humanities: literature, history, philosophy, religion, arts, or foreign language. This must be indicated on the application.
  • Financial need is considered (please submit a statement of financial need).
  • Post-Bac and graduate students are eligible. 
  • Elementary and Special Education and ELL/TESOL students are not eligible unless they are majoring or getting a specific endorsement in one of these subject areas. 
  • Applicants must intend to teach in a general classroom at the elementary or secondary level. 
  • Applicants must be residents of Washington State.
  • Preference is given to public high school graduates from Arlington, Marysville and Snohomish school districts. 
  • Applicants must demonstrate financial need (please submit a statement of financial need)
  • Must demonstrate a history of community service and high academic performance.
  • Post-Bac and graduate students are eligible.
  • Open to any student enrolled in a Woodring elementary or secondary teacher education program who can demonstrate their potential for becoming effective classroom teachers. 
  • Post-Bac and graduate students are eligible.

Students must be U.S. citizens and are studying to become secondary, high school, and/or higher education teachers

· Demonstrate high academic achievement.

· Demonstrate financial need.

· First preference shall be given to students who are studying to be English teachers.

· Second preference shall be given to students who are studying to be visual (studio) art teachers. This scholarship is automatically renewable for up to two additional years for full-time students, or until a degree is granted, whichever comes first.