The 2019 scholarship applications are now open!
The application window will close at the end of the day on April 8, 2019.

Please read the information below as you consider applying for 2019!

ICE Scholarship Program Guidelines

Scholarship Categories:

  • ICE Member pursuing an advanced degree or taking additional for-credit college courses.
  • ICE Member planning to attend professional development workshops and conferences.
  • Son or daughter of an ICE Member who is pursuing a degree in Education. He/she must be full-time student attending a college or university during the 2019-2020 school year and pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in the field of education.

Who May Apply?

Categories 1 & 2: You must be an ICE Member in order to be considered for an ICE Scholarship.

Category 3: If you are applying for your son or daughter, you must be an ICE member. You must be the legal guardian of your child in order to submit an ICE Scholarship for him/her. The child must be a full-time student during the 2019-2020 school year.

May I apply in more than one Category?

Yes, you may apply in any or all categories in the ICE Scholarship Program. However, no more than one award in Categories 1 and 2 will be granted for any person applying. It is possible though for you to receive a scholarship (Category 1 or 2) and your son or daughter to receive a scholarship in Category 3 in the same year. Applicants may not have received an ICE Scholarship in the past year.

What if I want to apply for more than one scholarship?

A separate and complete application is required for each scholarship category for which you may apply.

What is the time period for the Scholarship Awards Program?

The ICE Scholarship awards can be applied to educational pursuits from July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020.

Summer and Fall 2019 Workshops and Classes:

You may apply for a scholarship for a workshop or class that you plan to take in the Summer or Fall of 2019. Scholarships will be awarded in May. This applies to Categories 1 and 2 only. For Category 3, your son or daughter must be enrolled full-time in a college or university and pursuing a degree in education in the Fall of 2019 in order to receive a scholarship award.

Deadline:

All applications must be submitted by April 8, 2019 to be considered.

Selection of Winners:

ICE Awards will select a panel to review all applications and select the recommended winners. Final approval of award winners will be made by the ICE Executive Board. All decisions of the ICE Executive Board are final.

Awards Timeline and Amount:

Scholarship winners will be contacted by the end of May, 2019. If you are facing a tight deadline for summer workshop or course registration, please inform us.

Scholarships will be awarded at a minimum of $100 and a maximum of $1,000.

Online Application:

Here is the link to the 2019 online application form for all three categories:

2019 ICE Scholarship Application

*If the link sends you to a form from a previous year, please clear your cache (browser history) and try the link again.

If you have any questions about the ICE Scholarship Program, please feel free to contact the ICE Awards Co-chairs, Angie and Eric, at [email protected].

 

We congratulate the 2018 ICE Scholarship Award recipients!

14 awards - over $10,000 total


Category 1: ICE Members pursuing advanced degrees and taking additional for-credit college courses.

Africa Anderson
to be used at:
University of Northern Colorado

Lindsey Olszewski
to be used at:
American College of Education

Katie Trier
to be used at:
Concordia University Chicago

David Burke
to be used at:
American College of Education
 


Category 2: ICE Members attending Professional Development Workshops and Conference Registrations.

Alyson Smith
to be used at:
Photoshop World

Danielle Moore
to be used at:
ISTE

Cheryl Harris-Sumida
to be used at:
School Libraries are for Everyone Conference

Amy Vassos
to be used at:
ICE Conference

Katie Lechowski
to be used at:
ICE Conference

Sarah Phelps
to be used at:
ISTE

Jennifer Duffy
to be used at:
ICE Conference 


Category 3: Sons or daughters of ICE Members who are pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Education.

Simone Guio
to be used at:
Loras College

Maria Thiele
to be used at:
Cornell College

Megan McLaughlin
to be used at:
Augustana College