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Helping Aspiring Teachers


Dear Members and Friends of NHAE


We are at the time of the year when we begin to fulfill one of our goals. That is to help aspiring teachers. This year we plan to award five scholarships to Latino students currently attending an accredited college or university in the State of Illinois. In addition, we plan to award one Aspiring School Administrator scholarship of $1,500.00 to a teacher who is taking classes to become a school administrator.


We are asking members and friends of NHAE to help us sponsor even more scholarships to future teachers. Please let us know which level of support you choose by sending an email to Maria Fresse-Giffels at mfresse@comcast.net:


Ø NHAE Scholarship Sponsor -$200.00 and above

Ø NHAE Family and Friends -suggested contribution of $50.00

Ø Paying Back and Paying Forward -any amount you can


Your support will be acknowledged at the NHAE Annual Retiree and Scholarship Banquet on May 20, 2022, being held at the Ukrainian Cultural Center. Please tell us if your contribution

is to honor or recognize a person.


All contributions are strictly for scholarships to future teachers. Let us know, at the

above email, the amount of your contribution. Or better yet, Zelle your donation to 708-826-6646.

We thank you in advance, and we hope to see you at the banquet.

Sincerely,

The NHAE 2022 Scholarship Committee

Araceli Ibarra, Chair



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