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CED Scholarship Listing

Please note that this listing is intended to provide potential applicants with an approximation of the types of scholarships available. New scholarships may become available and funds for certain scholarships may be depleted in a given year. Click the link on each scholarship name to read the bio on the donor and/or honoree.  For information on applying for CED Scholarships, please return to the Scholarships & Financial Aid home page

Annual Scholarships

Scholarship Name Eligibility Award Amount

The Mary Ann Turley Memorial Scholarship (ADK-Zeta)

 

"The scholarship in memory of Mary Ann Turley, longtime member of Alpha Delta Kappa-Zeta Chapter, is funded by son, Brent Stroud, close friends, and caring members at Los Altos Methodist Church. It is awarded to an outstanding student pursuing a degree in the Educational Technology and Media Leadership.  Must have a teaching credential.  
*Criteria:*
 *Student will pursuing a MA in Educational Technology and Media Leadership
 *Must have a current CA Teaching Credential
 * Students must have a 3.5 or higher grade point average
* Must have experience working with children"

 

1 x $2,250

Alpha Delta Kappa Zeta Chapter Scholarship in honor of Sharon Lazo Nakamoto, MSCP

Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary organization of women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism and world understanding. The Alpha Delta Kappa Zeta Chapter scholarship is awarded to outstanding students pursuing a multiple subject credential in honor of longtime Zeta member, Sharon Lazo Nakamoto. 

*Criteria:*
 * Secondary credential students will be students pursuing a multiple subject teaching credential
 * Students must have a 3.5 or higher grade point average
 * Must demonstrate financial need
 * Must be a first-generation student
 * Must have experience working with children
 * Applicant must discuss experience you have had working with English Language Learners.

1 x $2,250
Alpha Delta Kappa Zeta Chapter Scholarship in honor of Nancy Brock, MSCP

Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary organization of women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism and world understanding. The Alpha Delta Kappa Zeta Chapter scholarship, with contributions from Beta Rho Chapter, is awarded to an outstanding student pursuing a Multiple Subject Credential, in honor of the Golden Anniversary of Beta Rho (39 years) and Zeta (11 years) member, Nancy Brock.

*Criteria:*
 * Elementary credential students will be enrolled in the MSCP including UTEACH and UDCP pathways.  
 * Must have a 3.5 or higher grade point average.
 * Must demonstrate financial need.
 * Must have experience working with children. 
 * Must be enrolled to student teach during the award period.
 *Applicant must answer the following: Please share how you plan to incorporate student inquiry and research into your future classroom and what classes you have taken in the media technology and library science fields.

1 x $2,250

The Cynthia Clark Scholarship of Alpha Delta Kappa - Zeta

UTEACH or MSCP Student

1 x $2,250

Assistance League of Long Beach Scholarship, Liberal Studies

Enrolled in the Liberal Studies Program with a 3.0+ GPA, and demonstrated financial need.

6 x $2,250

Assistance League of Long Beach Scholarship, ITEP

Enrolled in Liberal Studies Program ITEP with a 3.0+ GPA, and demonstrated financial need.

4 x $2,500

Assistance League of Long Beach Scholarship, UDCP

Enrolled in UDCP with a 3.0+ GPA, and demonstrated financial need.

2 x $2,500

Assistance League of Long Beach Scholarship, UTEACH

Enrolled in the UTEACH program with a 3.0+ GPA, and demonstrated financial need.

3 x $2,500

Assistance League of Long Beach Scholarship, Math & Science Enrolled in a math or science credential program program with a 3.0+ GPA, and demonstrated financial need. 3 x $2,500

California Retired Teachers Association - Mabel Outler Scholarship

Student in Liberal Studies - Integrated Teacher Education Program, Multiple Subject Credential, or Education Specialist Credential Programs preparing to teach elementary school.

4 x $750

California Retired Teachers Association Long Beach Chapter Scholarship

Student in Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program) and/or student pursuing initial credential in Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Education Specialist Teaching Credential. No masters or second credential students.

7 x $2,250

College of Education Scholarship

Awarded to a student in the College of Education.  

Varies

Delta Kappa Gamma Society International- Gamma Zeta Scholarship

One UTEACH student teacher completing their teaching assignment for the fall & spring semester, financial need, good recommendation and high academic average.

1 x $2,250

Dr. Charles Kokaska Special Education Scholarship

For two consecutive semesters of credential tuition and mandatory fees for one special education credential student in his or her student teaching year. 

1 x $1,784

Dr. Stuart L. Farber Merit Scholarship

Student in the Educational Leadership doctoral program.

1 x $1,175

Dr. Sumie Imada Student Teaching Scholarship 

UTEACH or MSCP student enrolled during student teaching semester(s).  Preference for students from Paramount, Downey, Bellflower and single parents. 

1 x $2,137

EDD Social Justice

Enrolled in the Educational Leadership Doctorate program.

Varies

Edith Key Memorial Scholarship

Educational Specialist credential program, or Single Subject Credential students in Health, PE or Theater/Arts.

3 x $2,137

Friends of the Leisure World Library Scholarship

Student in the Master of Arts in Educational Technology and Media Leadership or Teacher Librarian Services Credential.

2 x $2,000

Joan and Mel Lindsey Scholarship

ITEP or MSCP student participating in the UTEACH program.

1 x $2,850

John Battey Future Teacher Scholarship

First generation student in an initial credential program, with financial need, who intends to become an elementary or secondary school teacher.   

1 x $2,250

The Mary Jane Patterson Teachers for Urban Schools Scholarship ("Patterson Scholars Project")

The Mary Jane Patterson Scholarship was established as part of the Teachers for Urban Schools Project in 2019 for post-baccalaureate students pursuing multiple, single, and education specialist credentials at CSULB who are interested in teaching in urban classrooms and working with students who have experienced educational and socio-economic disadvantages, including African American students. 

Varies

Laura E. Settle, California Retired Teachers Association Scholarship

Senior or graduate standing, in the Liberal Studies Department or in an initial credential program, including practice teaching positions, possesses an average to high scholastic standing, a record of exemplary character and citizenship, demonstrated financial need, and a resident of CA.

1 x $3,000

Linna Young Memorial Scholarship 

Post-Bacc Credential student in the College of Education with demonstrated financial need.  

1 x $2,750

Patricia A. Farber Merit Scholarship

Student enrolled in a Teacher Education Program or pursuing their initial credential in Multiple Subject or Single Subject.

1 x $705

The Patricia Hymes Scholarship

The Patricia Richardson Hymes Scholarship was established by her cohort mate, Dr. Rosa Heckenberg, and supported by the Heckenberg family, along with other members of Cohort VII, and Patty's colleagues.  The scholarship is for students in the doctoral program whose research impacts the Black community, of students and administrators.   

*Criteria:*
 * Must be CSULB Educational Leadership Doctoral Program whose research impacts the Black community of students and administrators.

1 x $2,250

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, Eta Chapter Scholarship

Student teacher in Liberal Studies (ITEP) or Post-Bac pursuing their initial credential in Multiple Subject or Single Subject or Urban Dual Credential Program.

3 x $2,250

The Early Childhood Education Research Scholarship in Memory of Darius Avery Bell

 A doctoral candidate in the CSULB Educational Leadership Doctoral Program; during their final year of the program, whose research and dissertation is contributing to the field of Early Childhood Education (ECE).

1 x $2,375

Russel J. and Lila Gallery Education Scholarship

Russell J. and Lila Gallery wish to establish Russell J. and Lila Gallery Education Scholarship to support student teachers in CSULB’s Credential program.  The scholarship is for students in the credential program who dedicated to the teaching profession, during their student teaching semester.  

*Criteria:*
* Must be in a CSULB Credential Program; during their student teaching semester who is dedicated to becoming a teacher. 
* Must have minimum GPA of 3.0 
* Must demonstrate financial need.  

1 x $4,750
Diana Karady Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Jacob R. Blake

It was with pride and admiration that the Diana Karady Memorial Scholarship in honor of Jacob R. Blake was established by Jacob’s sister, Bari Wood (CSULB BA ‘02), in his honor, and in their mother’s memory. The Scholarship is intended for individuals who are heads of one-parent households, with a preference for multiple subject credential program (MSCP) students who plan to teach in underserved communities. 

*Criteria*:
*Must be enrolled in the the MSCP
*Must be a head of a one-parent household
*Plans to teach in underserved communities

1 x $2,137

UDCP Scholarship

Student in the UDCP program. 

3 x $2,416

UTEACH Scholarship

Student in the UTEACH program.

Varies

Endowed Scholarships

An endowment is a fund in which the principal amount (minimum $25,000) is invested, but not distributed.  Each year the CSULB 49er Foundation may distribute an amount up to 4.5% of each endowment fund’s corpus based on a 36-month moving average market value. This creates a permanent fund which will disburse an annual scholarship, forever.  Many of our scholarship endowments have come from the estates of our generous donors. We honor their memories and their generosity with every scholarship awarded. Legacy Endowments are denoted with an asterisk.    

Scholarship Name Eligibility Award Amount**

Alfred Schmidt Memorial Scholarship

Student in the Education Specialist Preliminary or Professional Credential Program, Master of Science program in Special Education, or UDCP. 

1 x $500

College of Education Dean's Endowed Student Teaching Award

Student in an Initial Credential Program (Single Subject, Multiple Subject or Educational Specialist Preliminary).  Applicants must be student teaching.

1 x $1,000

Clyde Sanfred Johnson Memorial Scholarship

Student in the Master of Science programs in Counseling, Options in Marriage and Family Therapy, School Counseling, or Student Development in Higher Education.

2 x $2,950

Consuelo Nieto Memorial Scholarship

Student in the Single Subject or Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program who is a first generation college student.

2 x $2,775

Dana Staller Celebration of Children Scholarship

Student in the Liberal Studies (ITEP) and Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program or Urban Dual Credential Program.

1 x $737

Doris Tabor Schroeder Scholarship

Student in an Initial Credential Program (Single Subject, Multiple Subject or Educational Specialist) or Advanced Credential Program (School Counseling, School Psychology, Educational Specialist Professional, Teacher Librarian, Educational Administration, or Reading and Language Arts).

1 x $1,655

Earl H. and Grace Jackson Scholarship*

Student in the Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program), Multiple Subject, or Single Subject Teaching Credential Programs.

13 x $3,000

Gertrude Ziebarth Bloom Scholarship

Students in their junior or senior year of undergraduate study or candidates for Education Specialist Credential (preliminary or professional) or Single Subject Teaching Credential in Art Education, Health Science, Languages Other Than English, or Science Education. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students must demonstrate financial need. In the case of undergraduate recipients, preference will be given to graduates of either Polytechnic High School (Long Beach, CA), Excelsior High School (Norwalk, CA), or Gahr High School (Cerritos, CA).

1 x $1,200

Helene Langthorne Rose Endowed Scholarship*

This scholarship was bequeathed by Helene Langthorne Rose to provide scholarships for elementary school teachers in the Long Beach Unified School District working towards a Master's degree in elementary education.

2 x $4,200

History Education Endowed Award

The purpose of this gift is to establish an Endowed Award in the College of Education to provide financial aid support to Single Subject Credential students.

Award will be given to a College of Education student who meets the following criteria:
a. Graduated with an undergraduate degree in history from CSULB
b. Admitted to the Single Subject Credential Program in History/Social Science or
currently enrolled in EDSS 300 – Introduction to teaching Social Science
c. Preference given to students focused on social justice issues

Varies

Irene S. Rathmann Memorial Scholarship

Adult re-entry student preparing to student-teach elementary school in the Liberal Studies - Integrated Teacher Education Program, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program, or Education Specialist Programs. Limited to student teachers.

2 x $2,100

Jamiesson - Pechstein Endowed Scholarship*

College of Education Student enrolled in Liberal Studies as junior or senior with a GPA of 3.5 or better and demonstration of financial need. 

22 x $2,500

Jan and Dale Fairbanks Endowed Student Award in Honor of Beth Beddick

Enrolled in Single-Subject Music Education Credential Program

1 x $1,000

Kenneth “Wayne” Scott Memorial Endowed Award 

Enrolled in the Elementary/Secondary EdD Doctoral Program; committed to working with historically marginalized students in urban communities and currently employed in an educational setting

1 x $1,300

Linna Young Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Must be CSULB credential student or Master of Science student in the College of Education in the Field of Education or Master of Arts student in the College of Education or Graduate student in Education Administration and must demonstrate financial need.

1 x $8,000

Long Beach Division, California Retired Teachers Association Endowed Award In Honor Of Margaret and Robert B. Jones

Post-Bacc or ITEP student in an initial teaching credential: Multiple Subject Credential Program (MSCP), Single Subject Credential Program (SSCP) or Education Specialist Credential Program (ESCP); During their student teaching semester; Demonstrates financial need

1 x $1,000

Lora Jean McCord Pitts Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Master’s program student who is advanced to candidacy in education

1 x $500

Malcolm S. Oliphant Scholarship*

Student pursuing a Single Subject Teaching Credential in Science Education.

8 x $2,450

Martin Figoten Endowed Scholarship*

Enrolled in M.A. in Education, Option in Educational Technology and Media Leadership

Varies

Mary Jo Lass Award for Educational Leadership

Student in the Educational Leadership doctoral program. Prefers to select on achievement, not on need.

1 x $885

Merry Lee Latta Chambers Scholarship*

Enrolled in a degree or credential program in the College of Education

2 x $2,950

Mory Ouk Endowed Educational Award

To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in the College of Education or affiliated programs; priority consideration will be given to students enrolled in EDEL 434: Cambodian Culture, Education, and Diaspora (a CSULB Faculty-Led Study Abroad course).

1 x $1,000

Nancy George Henry Scholarship

Student teacher in Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program) and/or student teacher pursuing initial credential in Multiple Subjects or Single Subject.

2 x $1,600

Neva and Ralph Smith Scholarship

Student in Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program) and/or the Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program.

3 x $2,250

Norman & Marjorie Cahn Memorial Scholarship

Student in an Initial Credential Program (Single Subject, Multiple Subject or Educational Specialist Preliminary) or Advanced Credential Program (School Counseling, School Psychologist, Educational Specialist Professional, Teacher Librarian, Educational Administration, Reading and Language Arts) as well as student teachers.

1 x $500

Pauline M. Rolfe Memorial Scholarship*

Elementary education undergraduate students Demonstrated financial need Maintain a minimum cumulative GP A of 3 .2 Preference for a student in the reading specialist area

1 x $1,645

Ralph O. Elvik Scholarship*

Student in Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program), Multiple Subject Credential, Single Subject Credential, or Education Specialist Credential programs. Undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units and graduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 units.

1 x $1,700

Robert E. and Margaret B. Jones Scholarship*

Elementary Education programs (includes undergrads in Integrated Teacher Education Program and Liberal Studies, and Multiple Subject credential) or Administrative Credential Programs. Student must have financial need. Student in Elementary Education Programs must be enrolled in minimum of 9 units. Student in Administrative Credential Programs must be enrolled in minimum of 6 units.

4 x $2,250

Rosi Pedersen Student Teaching Endowed Scholarship

An initial credential student during their student teaching semester(s) with demonstrated financial need.

1 x $4,500

Roy C. Anderson Memorial Scholarship *

Student in Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program) and/or the Multiple Subject or Single Subject Credential Program.

2 x $1,000

Ruben and Marjorie Ingram Endowed Scholarship

Students must be enrolled in either a master's or doctorate program in Educational Administration, must be currently employed in public or private education, and demonstrate economic need.

1 x $2,400

Elementary Education Award in Memory of Sara “Sally” M. Hamilton

The purpose of this gift is to establish the Elementary Education Award in Memory of Sara “Sally” M. Hamilton benefiting students who are studying to become elementary school teachers in the Liberal Studies ITEP Multiple Subject Credential Program.  Preference is given to students who are parents of young children.  

*Criteria:*
 * Liberal Studies ITEP Multiple Subject Credential Program

Varies

Samuel Pollach Memorial Scholarship

Student enrolled in a program in the College of Education.

1 x $500

Steve Warren Memorial Scholarship

Student teacher in the Multiple Subject or Single Subject Teaching Credential Program with financial need.

1 x $500

Tadao Hara Study Abroad Scholarship

The purpose of the endowment is to support study abroad scholarships for students matriculated in the College of Education. 

*Criteria:*
 * Students must be in good academic standing and planning to enroll in a course with a study abroad component. 
 * Students must, at the time of application, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better
 * All study abroad destinations are eligible except those in Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.  
 * International students participating in a CSULB Study Abroad program that takes place in their home country are not eligible for this award.  
 * The study abroad experience must include an element of cultural exchange characterized by deep learning and understanding of another culture. 
 * After returning from their study abroad experience, students will be encouraged to provide a written reflection of their activities during the experience and how it has impacted their education. 

Varies

Teacher Librarian Scholarship in Memory of Barbara Ward

Student in the Teacher Librarian track of the Master of Arts in Educational Technology and Media Leadership or Teacher Librarian Services Credential Program with a minimum 3.5 GPA.  

1 x $1,000

The Edward and Dolores King & Edward and Barbara McClean Endowed Award

First generation college student enrolled in initial Credential Program; either multiple subject or single subject and entering their student teaching semester(s).

1 x $1,000

Vicki Lynn Qualls Memorial Scholarship

Students in the Single Subject Teaching Credential Program.

1 x $1,116

William J. Bubala Scholarship

Student in the Education Specialist Preliminary or Professional Credential Program or Master of Science program in Special Education.

1 x $2,500

Wilma I. Nelson Memorial Scholarship*

Student teacher in the Multiple Subject Credential Program.

2 x $2,500

*Legacy Endowment

**Endowment amounts are estimated based on disbursement history

Scholarship support is vital to our students’ success. It allows them to focus on becoming the best teachers, counselors and leaders they can be without the distraction of financial stress. This important impact can only be made through the generosity of our donors. To learn more about contributing to scholarships, or creating your own named scholarship please visit our Development page.