Scholarships, Awards, Grants

 

Scholarships

Contact: Deanna Pokorny, [email protected]
NSRA offers two (2) $500 Scholarships. Applications are due on October 1 of each year and recognized during the annual conference in Feb. Junior, Senior, or Graduate Students that are currently enrolled in a Teacher Education program at a Nebraska post-secondary and a resident of the state of Nebraska may apply.
Program Information
Program Criteria
Program Application

Student Ambassador Program

Contact:  Julie Agard, [email protected]
Each of the Local Councils may select and send two student ambassadors to the annual conference.  In addition to the paid registration, the students will receive memberships at the local, state, and International Literacy Association levels.  This is an excellent opportunity for professional growth and networking for pre-service teachers during the annual conference and beyond.

Student Ambassador Guidelines for 2017

 

 

Awards

Celebrate Literacy Award

Contact: Marilyn Coon, [email protected]
The Celebrate Literacy Award recognizes individuals, organizations, and institutions that have made a significant literacy contribution at the local, state, or provincial level. State Nominations are due Oct 1 to be recognized during the annual conference in February. NSRA Celebrate Literacy Award Guidelines Form
For more information go to ILA:  http://www.literacyworldwide.org/about-us/awards-grants/celebrate-literacy-award

Distinguished Educator Award

Contact: Cindy Johnson, [email protected]
The Distinguished Educator Award recognizes an educator (administrator, teacher, para, media specialist) who has supported literacy. State nominations are due Oct. 1 to be recognized during the annual conference in February.
Nomination
Guidelines Scoring Rubric

Exemplary Reading Program Award

Contact: Julie Agard, [email protected]
The Exemplary Reading Program Award recognizes outstanding reading and language arts programs at all grade levels (elementary, middle, and high school). Its purpose is to call the public’s attention to outstanding programs in schools throughout Canada and the United States. Applications are due at ILA by Nov 28, which is followed by a school site visit from the state committee. The state committee will select one school to recognize at the ILA Convention.
Application
For additional information, contact Council Services.

Nebraska All Star Award

Contact:  Mary Lou Benesch and Colette Sorensen, [email protected]
The purpose of the All Star Award is to recognize local councils for their achievements  

 

Honor Council

The Honor Council Program annually recognizes local, student and special interest councils that organize and conduct well-rounded programs serving the council members, the community, the state/provincial council, and the International Literacy Association. Councils are recognized for accomplishments of the previous year.
Deadline: January 4
Guidelines

Application
For additional information, contact Council Services.

 

 

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