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Education expenses continue to grow.  Below are some resources to help Episcopalians fund their educational pursuits.
Evangelical Education Society (EES)
Makes annual grants to seminary students, faculty, and staff to seek new ways to meet the challenges that the Church faces in the 21st Century.
Fund for Theological Education (FTE)
Advocates excellence and diversity in pastoral ministry and theological scholarship. Through its initiatives, they enable gifted young people throughout the Christian community to explore and respond to God’s calling in their lives. FTE provides scholarships for undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate education.
Scudder Association Educational Grants
The purpose is to assist undergraduate and graduate students preparing for “careers as servants of God in various forms of ministry to men and women around the world.” It is open to students preparing for a career in industries such as ministry, teaching, or social service.
Society for the Increase of the Ministry (SIM)
An independent, non-profit scholarship foundation. Most SIM grants are awarded to students attending seminary full-time at one of the eleven accredited seminaries of the Episcopal Church. In addition, through our Alternative Program, a limited number of scholarships are granted to persons preparing for ordination in alternative educational environments.
World Council of Churches Scholarship Programme
The purpose is to provide financial assistance for education outside of their home country to individuals from any countries who are nominated by their church or church-related organization.