31, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loan (PTSL) is a competitive, merit-based scholarship-loan program available to high school seniors and current undergraduate students who have chosen to enter the teaching profession.
What does PTSL stand for?
PTSL stands for Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loan (North Carolina)
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The Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loan offers loans of up to $2,000 per year at a state institution of higher learning.
Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loan (PTSL) is a competitive, merit-based scholarship-loan program available to high school seniors and current undergraduate students who have chosen to enter the teaching profession.