Jimmy Hollis Education Scholarship

Recipient(s) must be a senior at FSU with a declared major in education with a concentration in science or other programs as developed by the University for similar studies in the future. It is the donors’ intent to support a student teacher who may be incurring additional costs as a result of the teaching assignment. Applicants must have demonstrated interest in one or more of the following components of science education: biology, wildlife, environmental science or outdoor education as shown by previous scholarship, research, membership or avocation. Applicants must be accepted at FSU or be enrolled with an overall grade point average of 3.0 or better.

Jim & Mary Hollis and Colleen (Hollis) Myers '01
Supplemental Questions
  1. Will you be in internship 1 or 2 in the upcoming fall or spring semester?
  2. Please complete a brief essay (less than 500 words) to include the following: a. examples of previous scholarship, research, membership or avocation in biology, wildlife, environmental science and/or outdoor education; b. details regarding placement for student teaching internships in the middle school setting; c. why you are interested in pursuing a career teaching middle school.