Reposted from Education Connections, excerpt:
For some high school seniors, winter is a busy season of applying to colleges. Yet many students also face substantial challenges in continuing their education after high school. Are you familiar with scholarships that can assist English learners with financing a college education?
English learners are a diverse group, and not all EL students will be eligible for the scholarships below. However, these are some of the largest and best-known programs that can provide opportunities to change students’ lives:
TOEFL® Grants and Awards
ETS and the TOEFL® Board sponsor ten TOEFL grants and awards each year for work in:
Foreign or second language research, teaching or assessment
International higher education
English-language Researcher/Practitioner Grant Program
Small Grants for Doctoral Research in Second or Foreign Language Assessment
TOEFL Board Grants
TOEFL Committee of Examiners Grant Recipients
TOEFL International Speaker Grants
TOEFL Awards (by application)
Jacqueline Ross TOEFL Dissertation Award
Library and Resource Center Award
TOEFL Awards (by nomination)
Samuel J. Messick Memorial Lecture Award
TOEFL Outstanding Young Scholar Award
TOEFL Award (applications reviewed by TESOL as part of conference proposal process)
TOEFL Award for International Participation at TESOL
TESOL Awards and Grants
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL), is a global education association that offers more than $50,000 in awards annually to its members.
TESOL has 17 programs through which more than 60 awards are granted to students and professionals in the ESL/EFL fields. Apply now.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grants and Awards
Grant and Award Recipients
ETS site tools:
This page contains forms, participation applications, and relevant handouts and information for the Kentucky Reading Project
Kentucky Reading Project Application 2012
Kentucky Reading Project FAQs
Share Fair Handout Form
Directions to Share Fair 2012