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New Programs for Future Educators

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New Programs for Future Educators

On Thursday, July 14, Governor Whitmer signed the bipartisan Fiscal Year 2023 state education budget, making record investments in Michigan’s students, schools, and educators. The budget funds a number of scholarships, grants, and outreach programs for Academic Year 2022-2023.

The Student Scholarships, Grants and Outreach (SSGO) team is excited to announce additional scholarships that will be available in the 2022-2023 school year.

MI Future Educator Fellowship

  • A new $10,000 scholarship program to create low-cost tuition pathways for 2,500 future Michigan educators every year.
  • $10,000 annual maximum award, or the cost of tuition.

MI Future Educator Student Teacher Stipend

  • $9,600 stipend per semester to support Michigan’s hardworking student teachers continue their journey to being in the classroom full-time.

Additional program details will be shared as soon as they are available for the new programs. Want to be the first to hear about these program updates? Sign-up today! 

Learn more about some of the other MI Student Aid programs you may be qualified for. 

Take a look at the Michigan Department of Education's resources for future educators.