Bebe Warren Scholars Program

Bebe WarrenWhen Bebe Warren, a retired educator and wife of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s founding chairman, died in May of 2018, her legacy included dozens of PBA teachers whom she encouraged through her named scholarship.

Her husband, the late Dr. Donald E. Warren, established the Bebe Warren Scholarship fund in 2001 in partnership with the Theodore R. and Vivian M. Johnson Foundation. Each year, Mrs. Warren would visit with the elementary education majors who received a financial award to assist them during their semester of student teaching. She could relate to their desire to be in the classroom while still fulfilling their own course requirements. A graduate of Converse College in Spartanburg, S.C., Mrs. Warren taught elementary school in Anderson, Winston-Salem, N.C. and Durham, N.C., before leading a preschool teaching lab at Duke University in the mid-1950s. She left teaching to become a doctor’s wife, mother and active volunteer, including serving on the PTA at Northboro Elementary School in 1966.

Upon Mrs. Warren’s death at age 90, a gift from the Warren estate along with additional donations from friends and family members boosted the balance of the Bebe Warren Scholarship Fund. This endowment now provides Palm Beach Atlantic the opportunity to create a signature scholarship to support more students who aspire to be elementary school teachers.

For students pursuing an Elementary Education degree at PBA, the Bebe Warren Scholars Program will offer scholarships to three qualified incoming freshmen and one qualified transfer student with an AA pursuing Elementary Education.

To be considered, students are required to pass the General Knowledge exam through Florida’s Department of Education prior to the Bebe Warren Scholars Program application deadline of April 1.

Interested prospective students should inquire with their admissions counselor for details on how to apply.

Deadline to apply is April 1.

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