Financial Aid Programs No Longer Accepting New Applications
The Assumption Program of Loans for Education (APLE) is a competitive teacher incentive program designed to encourage outstanding students, district interns, and currently credentialed teachers to seek and teach in specified K-12 teaching positions in designated California public schools.
On April 27, 1999 the California Education Round Table, on behalf of the State of California, sponsored a proposal entitled, “California State GEAR UP Grant: Enhancing the Capacity of California’s Middle Schools to Improve Student Achievement and Preparation for College.” A federal grant from the United States Department of Education (USED) was approved in support of the State’s commitment to developing an infrastructure within California that would enable it to obtain its goals and objectives.
State Nursing Assumption Program of Loans for Education for Nursing Faculty (SNAPLE NF)
SNAPLE NF, described in California Education Code Sections 70100 to 70110, is intended to encourage students to complete their graduate or higher degree educations and serve as nursing faculty in a registered nursing program at an accredited California college or university.
This program is no longer accepting applications