Alpha Delta Kappa
                       California Beta Eta Chapter

International Honorary Sorority for Women Educators

Scholarships & Grants

good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.*REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.*REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.
*REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.

 

good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.
*REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.*REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in
good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.

 

good standing only) — The Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation annually allocates each region $3,000 to fund two
Regional Professional Development Scholarships. However, the amount awarded cannot exceed the applicant’s
estimated expenses. The Regional Professional Development Scholarships are awarded on the basis of “merit”
rather than “need.” The program is for advanced study or a project in connection with a degree program.
Applications are available from the Alpha Delta Kappa password-protected website or from the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region. Each chapter president has the name and address
of the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in her region. The completed application and one
copy must be returned to your Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman via “Certified Mail” and
one copy via regular mail to International Headquarters postmarked by January 31.
*REGIONAL MINI-SCHOLARSHIPS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — Under the
umbrella of the Regional Professional Development Scholarships, International annually gives each region
$3,000 to distribute to members in good standing, whether actively engaged in teaching or not, who apply to
attend personal or professional continuing education programs. Graduate and/or doctoral studies are beyond
the scope of this program. The maximum scholarship is $500. Brochures containing applications are available
from the Regional Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in each region, state/provincial/national and
chapter presidents, on the password-protected portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website and Headquarters.
Applicants shall mail via “Certified Mail” completed applications (original and one copy) to the Regional
Scholarship Programs Committee chairman in their region and one copy of completed application via regular
mail or FAX to International Headquarters by the following deadlines: Applications for activities taking place
between November 15 and May 15 must be postmarked no later than October 15. Applications for activities
taking place between May 15 and November 15 must be postmarked no later than April 15. To be eligible for
a Regional Mini-Scholarship, an AK member shall not have received a Regional Mini-Scholarship
during the current fiscal year (June 1—May 31).
*LIVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The
Living Memorial Scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount of $2,500. The Living Memorial
Scholarship program provides an Alpha Delta Kappa member the opportunity for professional growth through
traveling away from her home environment and/or studying another culture to promote World Understanding
and to expand her knowledge and develop materials to be used in the classroom. The program provides
incentive for a member to enrich the lives of her pupils by imparting to them this expanded knowledge in her
field of education. Requests for applications should be made in writing to the Living Memorial Scholarship
Chairman Patricia C. Manning, 2975 La Cita Ln, Titusville, FL 32780-3485, or by accessing the passwordprotected
portion of the Alpha Delta Kappa website. The completed application and one copy must be returned
to the Living Memorial Scholarship chairman via “Certified Mail” and one copy via regular mail to International
Headquarters postmarked by February 15.
*FINE ARTS GRANTS (For Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing only) — The Fine Arts Grant(s) will
be used to promote study and awareness of the Arts for students. The Arts are defined as dance, music, theater
and visual arts. The award may be used to implement activities in one discipline or integrate any or all of the
others. The grants are available to Alpha Delta Kappa members in good standing, both actively teaching and
retired. Grant projects should focus on individual schools, groups of students in a school district or community
organization, such as after-school or summer camps. A fund of $10,000 has been established to be awarded as a
single grant or to be divided among two or more applicants. Applications are available from the chapter president,
the International website and International Headquarters. The completed application must be returned to
International Headquarters via “Certified Mail,” and received by February 15.
ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
Revised-5/29/09
INTERNATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION — The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young
women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or
universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years
of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside
the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding
of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching
profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s
degree. Doctoral studies are beyond the scope of this program. The next application deadline is
January 1.
The Agnes Shipman Robertson Memorial Scholarship — In honor of one of our Founders,
a perpetuating endowment administered by the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music
awards scholarships for students to study at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Applications may be
requested from UMKC, Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry, Kansas City, MO 64110.
THE MARIE NEAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — In honor of one of our Founders, a perpetuating
endowment administered by Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas awards an annual scholarship to a young
woman choosing to enter the teaching profession. Applications may be requested from Baker University,
Baldwin City, KS 66006.
THE ALPHA DELTA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP — To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, a
perpetuating endowment administered by the Kansas City Art Institute awards scholarships for students to
study at the Art Institute. Information may be requested through the Advancement Office, Kansas City Art
Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111.
*Available to members in good standing of Alpha Delta Kappa. Applicants’ dues must be paid by
the scholarship deadline. Applicant shall not be a member of the International Executive Board,
International Chapter, International scholarship boards or committees, a substantial contributor to
the Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation or a relative of any of the aforementioned groups.

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