Scholarships enable math and science professionals to pursue teaching careers
Oakland University's School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) is seeking accomplished technology, science, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals interested in becoming certified science and math teachers to work in high-needs middle and high school classrooms.
Funded by the National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, 10 full scholarships covering tuition and other expenses will be awarded to career changers pursuing math and or science secondary teaching endorsements.
Monday, Jan. 17, is the application deadline for the May 2011 cohort.
By enrolling in this full-time program, Noyce Teaching Scholar recipients can finish coursework and internship requirements for Michigan secondary teacher certification (grades 6-12) in 13 months. Participants complete two additional courses to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching.
Program and application details are at oakland.edu/noyce. For more information, contact Holly Reed in the Office of Professional Development at (248) 370-4192 or e-mail email@example.com.
Math and science professionals pursuing secondary teaching endorsements may be eligible for full scholarships covering tuition and expenses.
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