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Application open for state education scholarships up to $10,000

Tammy Elser conducts a teacher training in Montana.
Rebecca Pershouse Olson
Tammy Elser conducts a teacher training in Montana.

College students going into teaching can now apply for state-sponsored scholarships worth up to $10,000.

There are two kinds of scholarships available. The fellowship covers $10,000 of tuition, and is renewed every year for three years. The stipend is for full-time unpaid student teachers, and that is $9,600 per semester.

Applying for the scholarship requires a completed FAFSA and students to be enrolled or student teaching as of this semester.

Central Michigan University and Grand Valley State University both say they have seen an increase in teaching program enrollment in recent years.

Interested students can apply here.

Ben Jodway is an intern, serving as a reporter for WCMU Public Media and the Pioneer in Big Rapids. He has covered Indigenous communities and political extremism in Michigan.