Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship
Posted by Knowles Science Teaching Foundation on September 22, 2014
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation: Fellowships
The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation awards fellowships in the areas of biological sciences, mathematics, and physical sciences to support high school math and science teachers from the onset of the credentialing process through the early years of their careers. Maximum award: professional workshops, materials grants, and access to a teacher-to-teacher mentoring network, valued at $150,000. Eligibility: individuals who have earned at least a bachelor’s degree in an area relevant to the subjects they plan to teach before the fellowship begins in June. Candidates for Physical Science, Mathematics, or Biological Science Teaching Fellowships must enroll in a secondary teacher credential program before the fellowship is awarded. Individuals who have completed the fourth year of a five-year combined bachelor’s and credential program by the start of the fellowship are also eligible to apply, as well as those currently enrolled in a teacher education program who will be first-year teachers in the fall of 2015.
Deadline: October 29, 2014.
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