ISEA Awards and Scholarships
Looking for a way to spotlight a special person's accomplishments while generating goodwill for your Association? You might consider taking part in one of ISEA's major awards programs which recognize outstanding achievement by students, Association members, school administrators, and citizens. Download the brochure. Click here to download the nomination form.
- Friend of Education Award*
- Charles F. Martin Award for Association Leadership*
- The Paul Mann Memorial Human Relations Award*
- TEAM Award*
- Education Support Professional (ESP) Award*
- Beacon Award for Local Association Excellence*
- Newsletter Recognition Program
- Design-a-Decal Program
- Excellence in Education Award
- H.O. Maxey Community Spirit Award
- Community Outreach Grants
* Nomination deadline is January 15
Scholarships for Future Teachers
The ISEA offers scholarships to help sons or daughters of Association members become teachers. Applicants must be a member of the NEA Student Program and have completed 60 semester hours (or equivalent) or they must be considered a junior at the college or university in which they are enrolled. A statement of enrollment in the teacher education program is also required. In addition, applicants must also indicate by their transcript and a written statement their intent to become a teacher. The deadline for applications is January 15. Click here to download an application form.
Roland and Dorothy Ross Scholarship for Secondary Guidance Counselors
Applications are now being taken for The Roland and Dorothy Ross Scholarship Award for ISEA members who are secondary guidance counselors. The award, which is in memory of Roland and Dorothy Ross, is administered by Wells Fargo Bank with assistance from the ISEA. This Trust makes funds available for qualified individuals to further their education by their attendance and participation in classes or programs. Members must have at least five years experience as a full-time guidance counselor. Download the informational packet.