TFA Fellowship or Recruitment Funds Application
This application is for a Texas Faculty Association Fellowship or Local Chapter Recruitment Funds.
TFA Fellowship or Recruitment Funds
Individual TFA members may apply for a TFA Fellowship to use for individual educational purposes. Some examples might be innovation in the classroom, professional development, scholarly research, or continuing education. Members may apply for any amount up to $500. The Fellowships will be awarded first come, first served, based on a committee review and merit.

Local TFA Chapters (or those wanting to start a chapter) may apply for TFA Recruitment Funds. Chapters will need to be able to explain how they plan to use these funds. Local Chapters may apply for any amount up to $500. The Recruitment Funds will be awarded first come, first served, based on a committee review and merit.

Applications will be accepted starting September 1st and will be closed once all funding has been allocated.

If your proposal is chosen for funding, you will be asked to provide documentation (receipts) of how the funding was spent, and then you will be reimbursed.
Name
Name of Institution
Personal Email Address (do not give us your work email)
Are you applying for an individual fellowship?
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If applying for an individual fellowship, explain what you would like to use the money for? Examples might be teaching and learning, professional development, scholarly research, continuing education, etc.
Are you a local chapter applying for recruitment funds?
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If applying for recruitment funds, how does your chapter plan to spend this money? Examples might be membership incentives for joining, goodwill to the institution to build recognition, materials/supplies, events, etc.
What is the amount you would like to apply for? (the limit is $500)
Provide a budget indicating how the funds will be spent.
Do you understand that if you are awarded funding, it will be in the form of a reimbursement after we collect receipts?
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