STEM students pursuing a career in high-school teaching fellowship

Claremont Graduate University has recently been awarded a large NSF grant. CGU runs a nationally recognized teacher education program, and there is an opportunity for graduating B.S., M.A. or Ph.D. students.

Owing to this NSF grant, CGU is in a position to offer a number of fellowships (5-year, full-pay) that would allow STEM students to pursue a career in high-school science/math teaching. This program specifically targets Science and Math, and after successfully completing this program students would emerge with a Masters in Education and a California teaching credential – all virtually debt free.

Claremont Colleges STEM Initiative
http://www.cgu.edu/ccsi

Application Deadline: March 1, 2015
Inquiries email Eddie Partida: eddie.partida@cgu.edu
Information Session Registration https://cgu.co1.qualtrics.co/SE/?SID=SV_6KeK3COZt56o7Tn

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