The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation
Through a national competition, the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers James Madison Fellowships to a select group of individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution.
The TEACH Grant provides up to $3728 a year, to be prorated for less than full-time enrollment, up to a maximum of $8000 for grant assistance to graduate students completing certain course work in teaching.
In exchange for the grant, a student must sign an agreement to serve as a full-time teacher at certain low-income schools within certain high-need fields for at least four academic years within eight years after completing (or ceasing enrollment in) the course of study for which the candidate received the TEACH Grant.
TEACH Grant recipients must submit evidence of employment as certified by the chief administrative officer of the school upon completion of each year of teaching service.
Interested students should complete the TEACH grant application and the initial TEACH Grant Counseling online at https://teach-ats.ed.gov Once the application is reviewed by the Office of Financial Aid and a TEACH award has been made, students will also need to complete a TEACH Agreement to Serve with the Department of Education at https://teach-ats.ed.gov promising to fulfill the teaching commitment.
Upon graduation, students will also be required to complete TEACH Exit Counseling online at http://www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/SaEcWelcome.do
John Carroll University and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District invite you to utilize your expertise in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics by taking an active and vital role in transforming the world and preparing students in urban schools for their futures.
The Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship program seeks to help create the next generation of excellence in Science and Mathematics Teachers. Driven by current research and grounded in the Jesuit tradition of Education, this Program will prepare you to be acutely responsive to the needs and challenges of the 21st Century Classroom — particularly within the high-demand, limited-resource world of urban and rural school systems.
We are seeking individuals with a strong STEM background, a calling to teach, and a commitment to promoting a more just society through substantive thinking and action. The Teaching Fellows will be provided with $30,000 in stipends while spending a year enrolled in a pioneering teacher education program. They will then agree to teach for three years in low-income urban and rural secondary schools. Twenty qualified Fellows will be selected for this prestigious opportunity at John Carroll, supported by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and the Choose Ohio First program of the University System of Ohio.
Graduate Patriot Award
John Carroll University is proud to welcome our returning U.S. veterans to campus. We are excited to announce the newly created John Carroll Graduate Patriot Award to veterans that are utilizing the GI Bill. Through a combination of this award, the new GI Bill, and the Yellow Ribbon Program, any qualifying U.S. veteran may be able to attend John Carroll University virtually tuition-free.