Metropolitan Nashville Education Association
Our scholarships are for MNPS graduating seniors
The Metropolitan Nashville Education Foundation (MNEF) was incorporated in 1964 under the name “Metropolitan Nashville Education Fund, Inc.” The Foundation administers two funds that grant three scholarships to graduates of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools wishing to become public school teachers. Contributions are tax-deductible under 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code.
The Metropolitan Nashville Education Fund General Scholarship and the MNEF Academies of Nashville Scholarship are granted on a one-time basis to freshman college students to help with expenses. The General Scholarship is available to all MNPS graduates while the Academies of Nashville Scholarship is designated for graduates of the MNPS Teaching Academies.
Johnella H. Martin Fund is named for a distinguished former president of MNEA who was dedicated to teachers, students and the newly created Metropolitan Nashville Public School System. The Johnella H. Martin Fund is a renewable scholarship that students can receive each year of a four-year undergraduate program of studies or for up to five years if enrolled in a formal five-year higher education program in education.
Tax-free donations to MNEF, interest from the Foundation’s endowments and other money are combined to provide scholarship grants to deserving MNPS students who are committed to becoming school teachers in MNPS.
The MNEF/Johnella H. Martin Scholarship Application Form is available at by following this link. The scholarship deadline is April 3, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
The annual scholarship deadline is April 3, 2017 at 5:00p.m..
Prior to the deadline, be sure to submit (1) two letters of recommendation, (2) a copy of your high school transcript, and (4) a copy of your ACT or SAT scores to one of the following:
531 Fairground Court
Nashville, TN 37211-2008