Educator Scholarship
April 2, 2014 - May 9, 2014
EPHM is offering scholarships for registration costs of the "Teaching the Holocaust: Educators' Conference." To apply for a scholarships, the applicant must complete the cover letter information, scholarship essay, and include a letter of recommendation from an administrator, principle, or senior colleague. Applications are due to EPHM by May 9. Winners will be announced May 14. El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center 2014 Educatorsí Conference Scholarship Application Cover Letter (Please complete the below information) Name: ____________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________ City: ____________ State: _________Zip: ________ Phone: ________________________________________ E-Mail Address: __________________________________ School Information: Name of School: ____________________________________________________ District: _______________________________ Grade Level: ____________________________ Campus Principal: ________________________________________ School Address: ______________________________City: ____________ State: _________ Zip:_______ How long have you been teaching? _____________________________________________________________________________________ El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center 2014 Educatorsí Conference Scholarship Application Scholarship Essay Topic: To apply for the Educator Scholarship, please tell about your past and present teaching experience (where, how long, what grade levels). Please include information on the role the history of the Holocaust has played in your classroom- if it is a topic you have previously covered. Please provide details, where appropriate, as to activities or materials you have found most beneficial. If you have not previously taught the Holocaust, please give information on how you would like to/plan to incorporate the Holocaust in your classroom teaching. How do you believe the El Paso Holocaust Museum Educatorsí Conference will benefit you as an educator and will, therefore, benefit your classroom? Please be as specific as possible.