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Thompson Johnson Scholarship for Teacher Education

Thompson Johnson Scholarship for Teacher Education

The Thompson Johnson Scholarship for Teacher Education is an annual scholarship awarded to a teacher education major during his or her student teaching semester. Preference will be given to students of color who demonstrate financial need. Student teaching is a significant time commitment and does not allow for a part-time job. The scholarship is designed to ease that burden and will be awarded to a senior each year.

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One-Time
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$50
$100

Monthly
Quarterly
Semi-Annually
Annually
Until I cancel it
For a limited time

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About the Scholarship:

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Victoria Thompson ’15 majored in teacher education at the College of Charleston and began her career as a math and science teacher at Cane Bay Middle School in Summerville, S.C. During that time, she completed her master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Western Governors University. In 2019 she and her then fiancé (now wife) Kourtney Johnson relocated to the Seattle area. Victoria worked as an educational strategy consultant and now balances working for Microsoft with teaching math for Annie Wright Schools, an internationally recognized independent preK-12 school in Tacoma, WA. Kourtney Johnson is a member of the United States Air Force, who is soon to transition into a career in nurse anesthesiology. They are elated to help the College of Charleston community and create a scholarship for the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance.


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