By Amanda Keys
Baylor School of Education students put dreams into action.
They teach. Baylor's teacher education students work with more than 3,000 public school children each day.
They practice. From working with Division I student-athletes to conducting field labs, health, human performance and recreation students help others care for their bodies and their communities.
They lead. Educational administration students serve in a variety of roles through internships and apprenticeships in public schools and institutions of higher learning.
They research. Studying timely issues such as autism allows educational psychology students to help families meet the challenges they confront.
But who will stand in the gap for students who need a little help pursuing their dreams?
"Without scholarships, I wouldn't have been at Baylor," Bethany Carroll said. With scholarships, Carroll completed her recreation degree in August 2008, participated in Baylor traditions such as All University Sing, and enjoyed every aspect of the Baylor experience.
Students like Bethany Carroll need your help. Endowed scholarships enable Baylor to:
provide access to emerging leaders;
recruit and retain the best and brightest students; and
recognize outstanding performance by current students.
Every letter learned, every injury treated, every program and breakthrough discovered - all make an impact. Your gift makes a difference too.
Won't you support Baylor students' dreams? If you would like information about existing endowed scholarship funds you can support or want to learn how you can establish a new fund at Baylor's School of Education, please contact Carole Menefee, the school's development director, using the information below.