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The College of Education (COE) Common Scholarship Application is currently available for 2024-2025! Download and read the COE Common Scholarship Instructions and Descriptions before you start filling out the application. Application Deadline is April 1, 2024.

These Scholarships, along with additional funding opportunities, can be found at the College of Education’s (COE) funding webpage: bit.ly/3OJDYAE
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Be part of our next generation of teachers and train to be the knowledgable, effective, and caring educator our children and youth deserve! Fall 2024 Admissions are open for our Undergraduate and Graduate Teacher Licensure programs in the College of Education! To get started on your application, visit bit.ly/3GH2YEp

Need help or have questions? Explore your program options with our Recruitment Specialist: bit.ly/487C44s or meet with an academic advisor: bit.ly/47Vt3LM
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Looking to learn, lead, and advance your educational career? We are currently accepting applications for Summer or Fall 2024 admissions to a variety of graduate certificate, master degree, and doctoral degree program options! Browse all our program options at https://bit.ly/46YMe6m or start an application by visiting https://bit.ly/48i9BZM

Need help exploring all your options? Email coeinfo@hawaii.edu or set up a virtual appointment at https://bit.ly/3uYeEQw to discuss your interests.

Looking to learn, lead, and advance your educational career? We are currently accepting applications for Summer or Fall 2024 admissions to a variety of graduate certificate, master degree, and doctoral degree program options! Browse all our program options at bit.ly/46YMe6m or start an application by visiting bit.ly/48i9BZM

Need help exploring all your options? Email coeinfo@hawaii.edu or set up a virtual appointment at bit.ly/3uYeEQw to discuss your interests.
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The next cohort for the Center on Disability Studies (CDS) University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) Hawaii Trainee (HI UCEDD Trainee) program will begin in the Spring 2024 semester. There are over 4,000 trainees enrolled in the nation’s Association of University Centers on Disabilities  AUCD programs. 

The program is open to individuals holding a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with an interest in utilizing the disability lens and framework to make an inclusive community in any field/discipline of their choice; especially for those with developmental disabilities and their families. Trainees form a network and can learn from each other by discussing and sharing their passion and vision related to service leadership in the fields of disability. Trainees will be individuals interested in pursuing advanced coursework in the 15-credit Interdisciplinary Certificate in Disability and Diversity. 

Trainees will:

Advance their knowledge of the core functions of the UCEDD in the areas of education, research, information dissemination, and community service.

Network by attending seminars with disability leaders and completing a service-learning project focused on improving an issue facing individuals with disabilities or their families. 

Be eligible for up to 6 credits in the Interdisciplinary Certificate in Disability and Diversity and a $3,000 stipend.  

Have free attendance at the Pac Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity. 

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3Qs4rD9
Application Form: https://bit.ly/3QtqHfD (Due December 1, 2023; Notice of acceptance will be given by December 8, 2023)

The next cohort for the Center on Disability Studies (CDS) University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) Hawai'i Trainee (HI UCEDD Trainee) program will begin in the Spring 2024 semester. There are over 4,000 trainees enrolled in the nation’s Association of University Centers on Disabilities AUCD programs.

The program is open to individuals holding a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with an interest in utilizing the disability lens and framework to make an inclusive community in any field/discipline of their choice; especially for those with developmental disabilities and their families. Trainees form a network and can learn from each other by discussing and sharing their passion and vision related to service leadership in the fields of disability. Trainees will be individuals interested in pursuing advanced coursework in the 15-credit Interdisciplinary Certificate in Disability and Diversity.

Trainees will:

Advance their knowledge of the core functions of the UCEDD in the areas of education, research, information dissemination, and community service.

Network by attending seminars with disability leaders and completing a service-learning project focused on improving an issue facing individuals with disabilities or their families.

Be eligible for up to 6 credits in the Interdisciplinary Certificate in Disability and Diversity and a $3,000 stipend.

Have free attendance at the Pac Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity.

Learn more: bit.ly/3Qs4rD9
Application Form: bit.ly/3QtqHfD (Due December 1, 2023; Notice of acceptance will be given by December 8, 2023)
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