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Oracle Academy Scholars
CSTA and Oracle Academy are delighted to announce that applications for Oracle Academy Scholars - CSTA Conference Scholarships are now open! For the third consecutive year, Oracle Academy will be helping to send outstanding first-time conference attendees to the annual CSTA conference.
The CSTA conference is the leading conference for K-12 teachers who teach computing to learn, network, and develop a community of practice. In 2018, the CSTA conference will be held Omaha, Nebraska, from July 10-12. If you're a first-time attendee, don't miss this opportunity - applications close on May 1, 2018.
To be eligible for the scholarship, teachers must fit the following criteria:
Winners will receive a scholarship funded by Oracle Academy to attend the 2018 CSTA Annual Conference, up to $1,000 per awardee, to include:
In 2018, 33 Oracle Academy Scholar - CSTA Conference Scholarships will be awarded. After May 1, recipients will be selected by the listed objective criteria, using a pre-determined process. The 33 winners will be notified by May 15, 2018, and will then be given detailed instructions to finalize travel plans. Further rules/obligations outlined on application.
Application deadline is May 1, 2018
"I am exceedingly grateful to Oracle Academy for providing this scholarship to help me attend the CSTA conference. As a first year teacher, I am looking forward to the support, ideas, and guidance I will be able to take from the conference as I revise my curriculum and develop an additional course this summer...Oracle Academy's support means that more teachers will have the means and inspiration to bring this exciting and important subject to more students. Thank you!" —Emily, Ravenscroft Middle School
Oracle Academy partners with educators to advance computer science education globally, working to increase knowledge, skills development, diversity and innovation in technology fields. CSTA is proud to partner with Oracle Academy as we empower, engage, and advocate for K-12 CS teachers.