The Bread Loaf School of English

 

Fellowships, Scholarships & Stipends 2014

In addition to regular financial aid, Bread Loaf offers a limited number fellowships, scholarships, and stipends that are made possible by grants and special funding. Special funding opportunities for summer 2014 are listed below. Any additional fellowships or scholarships will be added as they become available.

Fellowships for Vermont Public School Teachers

The Bread Loaf School of English is offering a limited number of special $7,000 fellowships for Vermont public school teachers. Fellows will attend the Vermont campus of the Bread Loaf School of English in summer 2014, will become active members of the Bread Loaf Teacher Network, and will work together through the year to establish Vermont BLTN as a resource for teachers, students, and communities.

All fellowship applicants must be full-time teachers in a Vermont public school: they must have completed a minimum of one year of teaching by June 2014 and must be teaching in a Vermont public school during the 2014-15 academic year. Applicants must also apply for admission to the Bread Loaf School of English. 2014 fellows will be eligible to apply for 2015 Vermont BLTN fellowships.

Please click on the links for a more detailed description and fellowship application.

Fellowships for Kentucky Public School Teachers

Thanks to a generous grant from the C. E. & S. Foundation of Louisville and assistance from Middlebury College, Bread Loaf will once again offer fellowships to Kentucky public school teachers in 2014. These fellowships will cover costs of attending the Bread Loaf School of English up to $7,000. The Kentucky teachers will attend the Bread Loaf School of English during the summer, become active members of the Bread Loaf Teacher Network, and engage their Kentucky students in networked activities during the school year. Click here for more information about the fellowships and for a downloadable fellowship application form. Fellowship recipients will be chosen and notified on a rolling basis.

Bickimer Fellowships for Ohio Teachers:

Thanks to a generous grant from Promise of Learnings, Inc. (POLI) and assistance from Middlebury College, Bread Loaf will offer a limited number of fellowships to Ohio public school teachers in 2014. These fellowships will cover costs of attending the Bread Loaf School of English up to $7,000. The Ohio teachers will attend the Bread Loaf School of English during the summer, become active members of the Bread Loaf Teacher Network, and engage their Ohio students in networked activities during the school year. Click here for more information about the fellowships and for a downloadable fellowship application form. Fellowship recipients will be chosen and notified on a rolling basis, starting February 1.

Presidential Bread Loaf School of English Scholarships

Middlebury College is now offering a number of special scholarships to support the summer study at the Bread Loaf School of English of current Middlebury undergraduates and those who have recently received a Middlebury bachelor’s degree. Scholarships are for summer 2014 and will cover up to $5,000 of costs of attending the program. Applicants who have completed three years of undergraduate study at Middlebury College or who have graduated from Middlebury no earlier than 2011 are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to current Middlebury undergraduates who will have completed the equivalent of three years of study by summer 2014. Please contact Sandy LeGault for further information. Decisions will be made on a rolling basis, starting February 1, 2014.

Awards for Public School Teachers in New Mexico and Vermont: 

The Bread Loaf School of English will offer a limited number of $500 awards to Bread Loaf students who teach in public schools in New Mexico and Vermont, to encourage classroom projects that build on Bread Loaf study and participation in Bread Loaf Teacher Network activities. Teachers must attend Bread Loaf in summer 2014 and participate in the Bread Loaf Teacher Network (BLTN) during the summer session and the 2014–15 school year. These awards are made possible by a grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Interested applicants should apply to Bread Loaf by April 1, 2014 and indicate on their application form that they would like to be considered for a stipend.  

 


To receive more information about these special fellowships, contact the Bread Loaf School of English office:

Bread Loaf School of English
Middlebury College
Middlebury VT 05753
phone: 802-443-5418
fax: 802-443-2060
e-mail:blse@breadnet.middlebury.edu

You may direct any specific questions to Dana Olsen (dolsen@middlebury.edu).