Fall 2017 MTES Application (Delayed Opening)
In order to better serve our current Scholars, Graduates, Primary Contacts, Board of Directors and MTES applicants, FFMT is changing its database management system. This change has caused a delay in the scheduled opening of the Minority Teacher Education Scholarship (MTES) application. The application was scheduled to open on May 15th, but we anticipate the application now opening on June 16th, extending the closure time until August 2nd. Should this date change, we will update this announcement accordingly. Do not be alarmed by this delay as we will give you these days on the back end to assure that you have ample time to complete the application. In the meantime, FFMT recommends that you draft your essay at this time and begin requesting your official transcripts. The essay will be required to complete the application as it must be uploaded when you're completing the application. Your official transcripts must be submitted to FFMT headquarters. The address can be found below. If you fail to submit the essay and your official transcripts, your application will be considered incomplete and automatically denied.
Discuss how your life experiences have impacted you to go into the field of education. (100 - 300 words)
G415 Norman Hall
P.O. Box 117045
Gainesville, FL 32611-7045
More information on eligibility can be found below:
18th Annual Teacher Recruitment and Professional Development Symposium
Located on Florida’s beautiful east coast, Volusia County offers
something for everyone. There are 47 miles of beaches and scenic rivers.
We have more than 60,000 students and 16 diverse communities within
our district. It’s a short drive to major theme parks, NFL stadiums and
NASCAR. Residents enjoy nature’s playground, cultural opportunities
and affordable living in a year round temperate climate.
Why Volusia? It’s home and it’s family. Education is an empowering and
noble profession. Explore your options as a teacher in Volusia, where
you will find the ultimate balance between work and play.
Our schools and climate are always warm and friendly. It’s important
to feel valued, that’s why our district takes the approach of “investing
in our own,” by helping teachers reach their fullest potential. Volusia
County Schools enjoys one of the highest longevity rates in the state of
Florida. We believe focusing on professional growth doesn’t just make
our district a great place to work, it accelerates student success, which is
our greatest community investment.
We are in need of teachers in these certification areas:
- Exceptional Student Education (ESE)
- English Language Arts
- Elementary Education