The Nebraska Association for the Gifted will be awarding scholarship(s) for up to $250 for Nebraska students in preschool through grade 11.
Scholarships are awarded to students to encourage them to take advantage of educational opportunities that provide enrichment, acceleration, or independent study will be considered.
Required Document: Brochure, newsletter, or advertisement that explains or advertises the opportunity.
The Nebraska Association for the Gifted will be awarding one scholarship of $1,000 for a graduating Nebraska senior. Applicants should complete this form as thoroughly and accurately as possible. Criteria for selection will be based on the timeliness in following deadlines, elaboration or essay or drawing, and recommendations.
A committee of the Nebraska Association for the Gifted will review application and the money will be distributed after proof of college acceptance.
Required Submissions: School transcript, two letters of recommendation, and video.
Video (not to exceed 5 minutes in length): Answer one of the following questions:
What accomplishment are you most proud of?
What are you most looking forward to as you further your education?
The Nebraska Association for the Gifted will be awarding scholarship(s) of up to $1,000 in one or more of the following categories:
Nebraska teachers enrolled in graduate coursework in high ability learner education (Teacher Tuition Reimbursement)
Nebraska teachers, home-school, and/or community leaders wishing to implement an innovative program for high-ability students. (High-Ability Programming Funding)
Nebraska educators wanting to gain professional development in the area of gifted education by attending the annual NAG Conference in Omaha, NE with paid registration and travel expenses (NAG Conference Funding)
Applicants should complete this form as thoroughly and accurately as possible. Click the link below for full submission guidelines.