Foundation / Corporation
The Nova Scotia Teachers Union (Lunenburg County and Queens Locals) and The South Shore Regional School Board
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Grants of up to $2,000 to Nova Scotia teachers in the South Shore region to take a course for professional development. Professional development is self-directed teacher-initiated continued renewal of personal knowledge and expertise that leads to improved professional competence in support of student learning and achievement.
The following expenses are eligible on a pro-rated basis:
- Tuition fees for university credit courses
--The maximum amount claimable for a half credit course is $1,000.
--The maximum amount claimable for a full credit course is $2,000.
- Registration fees for Yoga Teacher Training (200 hours) is recognized as one full credit course.
- Registration fees for the Summer French Immersion Program at Universite Sainte-Anne.
- Registration fees for NSELC programs (i.e. NSILA, Aspiring Leaders).
- Registration fees for non-credit courses pre-approved by the Committee.
- Course materials
- Required textbooks (not including shipping fees)
- Photocopying/printing fees charged by the institution
- Information technology fees charged by the institution
- Distance education fees charged by the institution
- Student fees charged by the institution.
GrantWatch ID#: 164931
Half credit course: Up to $1,000.
Full credit course: Up to $2,000.
For courses completed between August 1st, 2015 and December 31st, 2015.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Jeff DeWolfe, Director of Programs and Student Services
South Shore Regional School Board Office
69 Wentzell Drive
Bridgewater, NS, B4V 0A2
Canada: Nova Scotia;
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