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Below you will find descriptions of the various funds we have in place to which you may donate. The button below each fund will take you to the donation page for that specific fund.
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Purpose: To advance the mission of the School of Education in supporting students, advancing programs (involving the expansion and support of the curriculum and the School’s teaching mission), and impact/outreach (activities that directly benefit the schools and communities the School of Education serves and that communicates the mission of the School of Education).
The Roadrunner Diversity Scholars Program (RDSP) is an academic enrichment program designed to support the recruitment and retention of underrepresented, Pell-eligible, and first-generation undergraduate students in MSU Denver’s School of Education. The program will support student scholars in their pursuit of academic and professional goals. The program offers connection and support through organized social and cultural activities, networking, faculty mentorship, and intentional and consistent advising for academic and professional development.
This fund supports the innovative work of the Office of Education Solutions (OES). OES works with schools and educational agencies in addressing and seeking solutions in teaching, curriculum, equity, and other persistent problems in preK-12 educational settings in the community, nation, and world.
Metropolitan State University Denver School of Education (MSU Denver), Resilient Futures, and the National Mental Health Innovation Center (NMHIC) are working together to build the capacity of teacher candidates to develop resiliency and understand and address trauma triggers in school environments with pre-school and school-aged children; and secondary trauma in themselves and their coworkers. New teachers will enter the workforce better prepared to address their own needs and the needs of the children and families they serve, instead of gaining this foundational knowledge “on the fly”, or after they have been in the field for many years.
The School of Education (SOE) Retention Fund will create an assistance award program for students experiencing unforeseeable financial hardships. This program is to be available to students majoring in any of the SOE teacher preparation programs and funds will be disbursed to students in hardship situations of last resort when other financial avenues have been explored.
Purpose: To support students in the Metropolitan State University School of Education during their student teaching experience.
Purpose: To provide financial support to any prospective student teacher seeking licensure at Metropolitan State University of Denver. (The student may be degree seeking, or just seeking licensure.) Preference given to SNEA members.
Purpose: To benefit high achieving students with financial need studying to become teachers in their student teaching phase. Preference is given to members of Kappa Delta Pi.
The fund is established to provide financial support to students seeking professional teaching licensure during the semester of their full-time student teaching. This fund is in recognition of and hopes to alleviate the challenges and sacrifices students face carrying the full-time commitment of student teaching, which, for so many, conflicts with their ability to support themselves.