KSU student wins PAGE Foundation Scholarship
Tamera Johnson of Marietta has been honored as the recipient of a prestigious PAGE Undergraduate Scholarship, a distinguished award presented annually by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Foundation.
Johnson is currently pursuing an Elementary Education degree and is a student at Kennesaw State University.
This $1,500 scholarship is granted to an exceptional Teacher Candidate PAGE member enrolled in a teacher education program, who is on the verge of embarking on a teaching career within the state of Georgia. Recipients of this scholarship commit to teaching in Georgia for a minimum of three years.
The PAGE Foundation, operating as a 501(c)(3) organization, is primarily dedicated to fundraising in support of the initiatives undertaken by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE). These initiatives include fostering professional development, nurturing leadership qualities, and enhancing professional competence and confidence among educators.
Additionally, the foundation actively seeks and encourages charitable contributions that benefit PAGE’s competitive academic programs, such as PAGE Student Teacher Achievement Recognition, PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon, and the PAGE Academic Bowl for Middle Grades. Furthermore, the foundation collaborates closely with PAGE to provide scholarships that support both aspiring and experienced educators in their career pursuits.