To provide assistance to graduate students in the College of Education with a preference for students who are members or disenfranchised and underserved communities, including communities of color, and who aspire to become public K-12 school principals, superintendents, and education leaders.
To provide fellowships for students in the College of Education's Danforth Educational Leadership Program.
To provide assistance to graduate students in the College of Education who use the disciplines of history and philosophy to address issues of equity and social justice in education and has potential for contributions to knowledge and understanding of equity and social justice in education and the moral and ethical dimensions of educational leadership. Preferences goes to students specializing in social and cultural foundations of education.
To provide financial assistance to meritorious students, with financial need, who aspire to teach in Washington State public schools.
The "number, amount, and recipients of the scholarship will be determined by the members of the Zeta Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, according to criteria and procedures established by the Chapter from time to time. Determination shall be annual...".
Candidates must be admitted to the MIT or SpedTep programs, have a minimum 3.5 GPA, and be a graduate of a Washington state high school.
For students enrolled in the Teacher Preparation Program in the College of Education at the University, with preference given to those demonstrating an uncommon passion for the teaching profession as evidenced by a history of working/volunteering with young people.