The North Carolina Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (NC IDA) is pleased to offer two scholarship opportunities for those who seek to understand and address the needs of individuals with the language-based learning disability known as dyslexia.
777 Parent and Teacher Conference Scholarship for the 2019 IDA Conference
IDA Home Office is excited to announce that they have Conference Scholarships available through the 777 Campaign! We are excited to help train 7000 teachers/educators, impact over 70,000 students and serve 700,000!
Complete the 777 Parent Individual Conference Scholarship or the Branch Teacher Conference Scholarship for your chance to receive partial or full coverage for conference registration (and one night of lodging expenses). Please email your completed application to our Scholarship Chair at email@example.com. IDA home office will contact you directly if you have been selected.
Dr. Lucia R. Karnes Memorial Teacher Training Scholarship
This NC IDA scholarship was created to honor the memory of Dr. Lucia R. Karnes (1921-2012), a founding member of NC IDA formerly known as the Orton Dyslexia Society. Dr. Karnes was a language therapist who worked with June Lyday Orton at Bowman Gray School of Medicine in the 1950s. She established the Center for Special Education at Salem College and was actively involved in training hundreds of teachers in the Orton-Gillingham approach.
The Dr. Lucia R. Karnes Scholarship is offered to provide professional development funds to current NCIDA members who are:
- Teachers or other education professionals
- Seeking to attend structured literacy training courses or programs that will allow them to obtain skills for teaching students with the language-based learning disability known as dyslexia
- Seeking to understand and address the needs of individuals with the language-based learning disability known as dyslexia by attendance at dyslexia-focused conferences or workshops approved by the NCIDA Scholarship Committee.
Elizabeth Daniels Squire Scholarship Fund:For Improving the Lives of People with Dyslexia
The Elizabeth Daniels Squire Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Elizabeth Daniels Squire (1926-2001). Mrs. Squire was a good friend of NC IDA, who spoke at many conferences and openly shared her personal struggles with dyslexia and memory. Mrs. Squire overcame her challenges and became a nationally syndicated columnist, and award-winning mystery writer.
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