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Sarasota Retired Educators Scholarship
Sarasota Retired Educators Association (SREA)
Award: $500 - $1,000
Deadline: February 11, 2022
Description:

The Sarasota Retired Educators Association (SREA) awards scholarships in the amount of $500-$1000 (depending on funds raised), to graduating seniors who wish to become teachers in Florida.

Scholarship recipients may attend any accredited public or private community college, a four‑year college or university, provided that their programs are consistent with the goal of becoming a qualified teacher. The recipient will be expected to teach in a state-accredited public or private school in Florida for at least one year, following graduation.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Must be a GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR IN 2022, OR A PREVIOUS YEAR’S RECIPIENT WHO IS CURRENTLY ATTENDING COLLEGE.
  • Ability to relate to and work with people of all ages.
  • Academic aptitude and achievement.
  • Commitment to service, with special interest in teaching children and youth.
  • Economic need
  • Emphasis is placed on SAT and/or ACT scores. The minimum score for SAT is 1,000 or above (Reading and Math sections) or ACT is 22 or above.
  • Participation and leadership in school and community activities.
  • Poise and ability to communicate effectively.

SREA Application Directions Letter 2022

SREA Scholarship Application 21-2022

Important Information

What high schools does this scholarship apply to? All
Number of Available Awards: Varies
Intended Major: Education
Scholarship Criteria: Major, Need-based, Merit-based
Scholarship Location: Local
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Minimum PSAT Score:
Minimum SAT Score: 1,000
Minimum ACT Score: 22
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Is the scholarship renewable? Yes
How to Renew: Possibility of renewal; maintain 3.0 GPA
Is an essay required? Yes
Are service hours required? No

Organization Information

Mrs. Diane Bassett
LadyDi_1959@msn.com
941-266-2628
321 Hammock Terrace
Venice, FL
34293

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