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PLI Scholarships

The Northrop Grumman Foundation is offering two PLI scholarship opportunities in conjunction with the NSTA National Conference in St. Louis, April 10–14, 2019.

Scholarship Opportunity A: Full Conference Registration and a Professional Learning Institute Ticket

Full conference registration for the NSTA National Conference in St. Louis, April 11–14, 2019 and a ticket to attend a full-day Professional Learning Institute (PLI) on April 10, 2019.

To qualify for the Conference Registration and PLI Scholarship you need to be:
  • A full-time public middle school (grades 6–8) teacher of science, technology or engineering working within a 100-mile radius of St. Louis.
  • Able to attend the full NSTA National Conference in St. Louis, April 11–14, 2019, and also able to attend the PLI which is a preconference all–day session on April 10.
Please complete a short eligibility survey.

You will receive an email confirming your scholarship once you are accepted based on the criteria listed.

Scholarship Opportunity B: Professional Learning Institute Ticket

A Professional Learning Institute (PLI) ticket (a $125 value) for St. Louis–area K–12 public school teachers attending the NSTA National Conference in St. Louis, April 11–14, 2019.

To qualify for a PLI Ticket Scholarship you need to be:
  • A full-time public school K–12 teacher of science, technology or engineering working within a 100-mile radius of St. Louis.
  • Already registered for the NSTA National Conference in St. Louis, April 11–14, 2019, and able to attend the PLI which is a preconference all-day session on April 10.
Please complete a short eligibility survey.

You will receive an email confirming your scholarship once you are accepted based on the criteria listed.

If you have any questions regarding either scholarship, please contact wbinder@nsta.org.


About the Northrop Grumman Foundation

The Northrop Grumman Foundation and Northrop Grumman are dedicated to increasing STEM educational opportunities for students so they can fill future workforce needs for talented and diverse professionals. In 2017 the Northrop Grumman Foundation and Northrop Grumman contributed more than $20.4 million to diverse STEM-focused organizations and programs. Our partnerships focus on engineering and technology-based initiatives that excite, engage and educate students, with an emphasis on middle school and university level programs. Defending cyber networks, engineering autonomous vehicles and exploring space are just a few examples of the skills students develop as they experience the excitement of STEM through programs supported by the Northrop Grumman Foundation and Northrop Grumman. Programs such as the Northrop Grumman Foundation Teachers Academy provide professional development opportunities for STEM teachers, who ultimately can inspire and educate the future talent base.

 


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