Empowering Illinois Educators

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Empowering Illinois Educators

The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine supports educators in the state of Illinois.

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Earn More, Lead More, Do More

A master’s degree can help you achieve your career goals as an educator, whether you want to increase your income, develop your leadership skills, or explore new opportunities in administration, research, or curriculum design.

We believe in the potential for future generations to change the world and strive to support opportunities for our educators to learn, grow, and educate our leaders of tomorrow.

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As part of the Land Grant system, the University of Illinois was established not only to provide world-class education and pioneer research and discovery but to put learning and discovery into practice to benefit the health and well-being of residents and communities in every part of Illinois.

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Leaders in Teaching Excellence Scholarship

Qualifications: Teachers with a professional educator’s license currently employed at an Illinois K-12 school district

Amount awarded: Up to 50% of the online program

Application Requirements: Personal Statement and Proof of Employment

*Application requirements: Personal statement and proof of employment.

Master of Veterinary Science degree application deadline: May 15th
Final scholarship submission deadline: July 15th

For more information on the Leaders in Teaching Excellence Scholarship, please reach out to Jennifer Fugate, Academic Advisor.

Jennifer Fugate

Jennifer Fugate

Academic Advisor and Program Coordinator
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