Are you interested in Granite School District School Leadership and Administration?
Granite School District, in collaboration with the University of Utah, is offering $3,000 scholarships to educators interested in enrolling in the University of Utah’s Master of Education in K-12 School Administration (Utah Educational Leadership and Policy Center).
This is a two year program (42 credit hours) which offers an M.Ed. in K-12 School Administration with Administrative Licensure. Funding for this scholarship is provided by a Federal Department of Education School Leadership Program Grant (Goals 21) awarded to Granite School District.
Applicants for the program must:
- Possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with a teaching endorsement and Utah License.
- Currently be serving as a teacher in Granite School District.
- Possess a minimum of three years teaching experience.
- Preference given to educators currently participating in Granite School District’s Emerging Leader Academy.
- Preference given to those candidates who have been accepted into the University of Utah’s Master of Education in K-12 School Administration Program.
- Complete a separate Granite School District School Leadership Scholarship Application. That online scholarship application (deadline April 1, 2016) is found on the Granite School District’s Educator Support and Development website and can be accessed on our Scholorship Application page.
For more information on the scholarship, please contact Stephen K. Hess at the Granite School District Department of Educator Support and Development (email: ) or (ph. 385-646-4577).