NOYCE Scholars and Interns (MATHEMATICS)

The SDSU Mathematics Noyce Scholars and Interns Program focuses on recruitment of highly qualified and diverse mathematics majors into mathematics teaching. We offer the opportunity for undergraduate mathematics majors to work as tutors in middle school or high school. You might also have the opportunity to tutor college students or lead activities in Precalculus. Math Scholars get support, $12,500 scholarships*, for their credential year and will be part of a supportive community as new teachers. Contact Dr. Susan Nickerson at snickerson@sdsu.edu. See http://newscenter.sdsu.edu/education/crmse/noyce_project_math.aspx (*Scholars agree to teach for two years.)
DEADLINE: March 29, 2019

NOYCE Scholars and Interns (SCIENCES)

Supporting Science Teaching: the SDSU Noyce Scholars and Interns Program is a project designed to recruit a select group of high-achieving and diverse science majors into science teaching. Through this project, we support undergraduate science majors to become tutors in middle and high school or camp counselors at a summer science camp. We support Science Scholars with $10,000 scholarships* in their credential year and as new teachers in order to meet a program objective of transforming K-12 students’ learning of science. All applicants for the scholarship are reimbursed up to $500 in testing fees for the credential program. Contact Dr. Lisa Lamb at Lisa.Lamb@sdsu.edu, or see http://noyce.sdsu.edu (*Scholars agree to teach for two years).
DEADLINE: March 15, 2019