The Mentor Award is *only* awarded in years in which a group of
individuals get together to raise the funding to recognize a person who
has mentored them.
AECT Mentor Endowment Scholarship is not accepting nominations for 2017.
One scholarship of $3000.
This scholarship is intended for use by a graduate student in educational communications and technology to pursue studies in this field. The scholarship may be used to assist the recipient in enrolling in graduate study during an academic year or a summer session in any accredited college or university in the United States or Canada. Graduate study must doctoral level.
Applicants must be members of AECT, and accepted in or enrolled in a doctoral level program as outlined above.
2. Leadership potential
3. Experience in the field of educational communications and technology, such as employment, field experience, course work, assistantships, presentations, and publications.
4. Three letters of recommendation from persons familiar with
the candidate’s professional
The ECT Foundation is the
non-profit organization that carries out the purposes and programs of
the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
that are charitable and educational in nature. The awards given through
the ECT Foundation promote scholarship and leadership in the field of
educational communications and technology. Because it is a non-profit
organization, all donations to the ECT Foundation are tax-deductible.
Financial gifts to support its many programs are welcome. For additional
information or to make a donation, write to ECT Foundation, c/o AECT,
1800 N. Stonelake Dr., Suite 2, Bloomington, IN 47404.
2012 • Jered Borup
2011 • Ayesha Sadaf
2008 • Rick West
2007 • Simeon Gwayl
1994 • Robert Harrell
Association for Educational Communications and Technology
320 W. 8th st. Ste 101
Bloomington, IN • 47404-3745