(TEACH) GRANT To receive a TEACH Grant, you agree to teach a highly needed subject in a low-income area where there is a shortage of specific subject teachers in an elementary or secondary school. If awarded a grant, you can get up to $4000 a year while in school. When teaching you are paid just as you would without the TEACH Grant. This is a Grant and does not have to be repaid UNLESS you fail to carry out the service obligation of teaching at least four years within eight years after completing (or cease enrollment in) the course of study for which the candidate received a grant. Available for under- graduate, post baccalaureate and graduate students. Consult with your school's Financial Aid Administrator for additional requirements.
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