The Spicer Phillips Scholarship provides monetary assistance for education students to have the opportunity to become teachers. candidates to gain experience in teaching in an urban school, whether that is for the full student teaching assignment of 14 weeks in Louisville, KY; Indianapolis, IN; Cincinnati, OH; or via a student teaching internship through The Philadelphia Center OR for a shorter three day Urban Experience for those candidates completing their student teaching assignments locally. All upcoming Student Teachers should complete the application by the end of their junior year. The Spicer Phillips Grant also can provide monetary assistance for TB tests for students working in the Juvenile Detention Facility, and for the CASA and CORE exams if criteria set by the Office of Financial Aid is met. For questions, please contact Dr. Dustin Bailey at email@example.com or Mrs. Cheryl Torline at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Mount Scholarship
The Mount family has been wonderful and generous benefactors of the Hanover Education Program. In addition to the building, furniture, and technology upgrades in Newby Hall financed by the late Don Mount '50 (in memory of his wife, Fern), the Mounts also endowed a scholarship for future teachers at Hanover College. Please inquire about this via the Financial Aid Office. These are gifts that will keep giving for generations to come and we are proud to honor this fine gentleman's memory with a plaque and portrait in Newby Hall.
Mr. Donald Mount '50 is pictured above shaking hands with former President, Dr. Sue DeWine on September 6, 2012
Other Scholarships for Future Teachers
Learn More Indiana's Next Generation Teacher Scholarship
Indiana MinorityTeacher/Special Education Services Scholarships
American Montessori Society
Indiana Teachers Association Scholarships
Teacher.org Scholarships and Grants
McDonald's "Archways to Opportunity"