Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA)

Each year, the School District hires between 1,600 and 1,800 highly-qualified new teachers. The Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA) Scholarship program assists the District to “Grow Its Own” teachers.

Qualified Palm Beach County high school seniors and non-instructional employees who want to become teachers can apply and compete for the scholarship. The scholarship provides $750 a semester for up to five years. As a condition of accepting the scholarship, scholarship recipients agree to return to Palm Beach County to teach upon college graduation. 

FFEA What We Do

FFEA Requirements

High School Seniors
Must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher; score 970 or higher on the SAT and 20 or higher on the ACT; complete an essay; provide transcripts and participate in an interview.
Click here for the Application

Non-Instructional Employees
Must have worked for the District for at least three consecutive years and received good evaluations, provide references, transcripts, complete an essay, and an interview.
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FFEA Donations
FFEA is solely funded by District employees. If District employees contributed just $1.00 a pay period, 60 scholarships could be awarded. One hundred (100) percent of the tax-deductible donation goes to fund the FFEA scholarships. The Education Foundation of Palm Beach County is the fiscal agent. FFEA contributions make a lasting difference, as “teachers touch the future.”  

For assistance, please call (561) 434-8372
Recruitment and Retention
3300 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite A-132
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
The School District of Palm Beach County