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For TEAM-UP Math & Science Secondary Education Licensure Students

If you are interested in a teaching-related Internship, Scholarship, or Fellowship, please read on! The Internships are for students interested in teaching and new to TEAM-UP, the Scholarships are for students who have decided to pursue a teaching license through TEAM-UP, and the Fellowships are for students who will begin their teaching careers in the next academic year.

The TEAM-UP Noyce Internship Program seeks to encourage passionate Mines students to explore secondary (grades 7 – 12) science and mathematics teaching by providing competitive, paid internships. Noyce Interns will spend time each week in local schools, gaining first-hand experience for what the profession is like, and will be paid $11.25/hour for up to 80 hours of work ($900 max) over the course of the semester. Additionally, the Interns will take part in a weekly seminar (EDFE 170) to discuss and learn from their experiences in their classrooms and a weekly Professional Learning Community (PLC) to discuss teaching in high needs schools. To learn more and apply (priority deadline November 6th) visit DiggerNet and follow the instructions under the Spring 2018 TEAM-UP Noyce Internship Program (ID: 59132).

The TEAM-UP Noyce Scholarship Program seeks to enable passionate Mines students to become secondary (grades 7 – 12) science and mathematics teachers. The scholarship program is intended for students either in their junior/senior years or who have already graduated from Mines and who would like to pursue a teaching career in science or mathematics. The value of the scholarship is $10,000 per semester for full-time students. To learn more and apply (priority deadline November 13th) visit the following website: tiny.cc/noycescholarship

The Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship helps new math and science teachers explore, test and refine new ways to connect with students and make an impact in their classrooms and schools. Fellows will receive professional development from experienced educators and financial support for professional development, classroom materials and more. If you will be entering your first or second year as teacher of record during the 2018–2019 academic year, then you are eligible to apply. To learn more and apply (deadline November 26th) visit the following website: http://kstf.org/fellowships/