International Teacher Education (ITE) Program 


The ITE Scholarship provides as many as seven young women from countries other than the United States the opportunity to study in American colleges and/or universities. The applicant must be an unmarried woman with no dependents and at least 20 years of age and no more than 35 years of age. She must also be a non-U.S. citizen residing outside the United States and maintain that residency status from the time of application to the awarding of the scholarship. She shall plan to enter the teaching profession or be engaged in the teaching profession. She must have received an undergraduate degree and be eligible to receive a master’s degree. 

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Members of Alpha Delta Kappa are not eligible for International Teacher Education Scholarships.
Completed applications must be received by Alpha Delta Kappa International Headquarters on or before January 15.



2019-2020 ITE Scholar Contact Information

International Teacher Education Scholars Present to 2019 Educational Symposium Attendees



2018 ITE Weekend

The 2018 ITE Weekend included many activities with six ITE students and all but one of their co-sponsors attending. The students were able to bond over a Friday evening dinner and later received gifts from the ITE Board and others. 

On Saturday, the group enjoyed a tour of the Nelson-Atkins Museum and lunch before returning to the hotel for the afternoon panel discussion.

The panel discussion was an educational and cultural discussion by the ITE students. The audience included the co-sponsors, International Chapter members, other Alpha Delta Kappa members, Headquarters staff and the ITE Board. Selected topics were presented and the ITE scholars shared information about themselves, their country, their culture, their educational background as well as their goals for the future. The ITE Board members acted as facilitators for this activity. 

A dinner was held on Saturday evening and by Sunday’s breakfast, the young women ITE students and those attending had become great friends. 

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