Scholarships

The deadline for 2017 scholarship applications has passed.

Available NAG Scholarships

Adult Scholarships

$1000 for adults members of NAG that are working with gifted students….
The Nebraska Association For The Gifted will be awarding scholarship(s) of up to $1000 for:

  • Teachers enrolled in graduate coursework in high ability learner education (Tuition Reimbursement)
  • Teachers, home-school and/or community leaders wishing to implement an innovative program for high ability students
  • ApplicationDue January 15, 2017

  • NAG Membership Form

PreK-11 Student Scholarships

$250 for PreK-11 Students wanting to attend summer programs for high ability.

The Nebraska Association For Gifted will be awarding scholarship(s) of up to $250 for K-11students

  • Educational opportunities that provide enrichment, acceleration, or independent study will be considered.
  • A new 2017 application form requires applicants to collect all supporting evidence and send with the application.

  • Application Due January 15, 2017

High School Senior Scholarship

“The Leta Hollingworth Scholarship” $1000 for high school seniors of Nebraska

Due January 15, 2017

The Nebraska Association for the Gifted is pleased to offer the…

“Leta Hollingworth Scholarship”

The award consists of a cash award in the amount of $1000 and a copy of A Forgotten Voice, A Biography of Leta Stetter Hollingworth. One award will be given each year to a graduating senior.

  • The recipient must have distinguished him or herself through outstanding achievement, accomplishment, or unusual ability.
  • The award winner will be announced May 15.

Nebraska born Leta Stetter Hollingworth was considered a pioneer in the field of Gifted Education. She spent much of her life advocating for the gifted and highly gifted children. Hollingworth worked extensively at Speyer School in New York City, with children who scored between 130 and 200 IQ on the Stanford-Binet. She was well known for considering the social/emotional as well as the intellectual needs of high ability students. She also conducted the first longitudinal study of children above 180 IQ.

The funding for this award is made possible by Nebraska Association For Gifted as a result of the tireless effort of Dr. Linda Silverman to recognize Leta Hollingworth. In an effort to recognize the present work of Dr. Silverman and the past work of Leta Hollingworth this award is made available.

Additional Leta Hollingworth information …http://tinyurl.com/LetaH-NAG

Nominations Due January 15 to NAG, 2623 N. 145 Ave. Omaha NE 68116

All applicants are reminded to collect all documentation and mail as one entry to …

NAG

2623 N. 145 Ave.

Omaha NE 68116

Do not email application information.