Apply to the Noyce Scholarship and Internship Program!!! See the below information.
Noyce Scholars are:
Karen Alnutt, Biology; Stephanie Clark, Biology; Amber Fryer, Biology; Recbecca Hoy, Mathematics; Casey McGaughey, Earth Sciences; Gwen McIrvin, Chemistry;Linely Miller, Mathematics, Hannah Muller, Biology; Amy Ordiz, Biology; Kayla Schinke, Biology; Amanda Godwin, Mathematics, Hannah Muller, Biology; Rebecca Hoy, Mathematics
Noyce Post- Bacs are:
Laren Burns, Biology and Danielle Thuringer, Biology.
Ten Noyce Teachers are teaching science in high-need schools during the 2012- 2013 academic year.
Taylor Hall, University Schools, Greeley, CO
Thomas Klausen, Otis High School, Otis, CO
Jill Crookshank, Northridge High School Greeley, CO
Matt Nolen, Cherry Creek Academy, Aurora, CO
Deidra Shutte, Stratton High School, Stratton, CO
Tammy Kaler, Loveland Classical Schools, Loveland, CO
Robert Thompson, Greeley Central High School, Greeley, CO
Melissa Waller, Central High School, Pueblo, CO
Jacqueline Medford, Valley Middle School, Gilcrest, CO
Shannon Gilman, Horry County Schools, Mrytle Beach, SC
Over THIRTY Noyce Interns have participated in the Internship program. Spring, Summer and Fall Noyce Intern applications are now being accepted. See below.
As a national leader in the field of teacher education, UNC received a $1.2 million grant award from the National Science Foundation. Under the leadership of Dr. Robert Reinsvold (PI, Biological Sciences), Dr. Cathleen Craviotto (Co-PI, Mathematics), Dr. Valerie Middleton (Co-PI, Teacher Education), and Lori Reinsvold (Program Coordinator, MAST Institute), the Noyce Scholarship and Noyce Internship Programs support and prepare UNC mathematics and science majors who are pursuing careers in secondary teaching to teach in high-need school districts, especially in rural areas. The five-year grant began Fall 2010.
These programs are housed in the MAST Institute.and Dr. Julie Sexton is the Program Evaluator.
Highly qualified math and science teachers are in high demand. There are many opportunities for teaching positions. The Noyce Scholarship Program at UNC wants to provide UNC math or science teaching majors with up to $32,000 to complete their science or math teaching major and qualify for these jobs.
This scholarship is for talented UNC science and mathematics majors or science and mathematics professionals who would like to be secondary (grades 6-12) mathematics or science teachers. The grant will award 30 scholarships over five years. The scholarship program is intended for students who have completed their sophomore or junior year, are majoring in a science or mathematics field, enrolled in the secondary teacher education program (PTEP), and would like to pursue a teaching career in mathematics or science. Scholarships are also given to professionals who have completed their bachelor’s degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) field, accepted in the UNC Post Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure Program in mathematics or science, and would like to pursue a teaching career in mathematics or science.
UNC junior and senior students who become Noyce Scholars, will receive $16,000 per year. Scholarship recipients are required to complete two years of teaching in a high-need school district for every year of scholarship received. Note: If the teaching obligation is not met, the scholarship converts to a loan, appreciates interest, and must be repaid in full. 2013 Noyce Scholarship Application
Due March 8, 2013
UNC Post-Baccalaureates who become Noyce Post-Bacs, will receive $16,000 for one year. Scholarship recipients are required to complete two years of teaching in a high-need school district for every year of scholarship received. Note: If the teaching obligation is not met, the scholarship converts to a loan, appreciates interest, and must be repaid in full. 2013 Noyce Post-Bac Application
Due March 8, 2013
The Noyce Internship provides UNC freshman and sophomore science and mathematics majors opportunities to assist K-12 teaching and learning activities. Internships will be available during the academic year and the summer in local schools and educational centers such as the Poudre Learning Center, Las Chicas de Matemáticas, and Frontiers of Science Institute.
Noyce Interns will receive $900 for 80 hours of work. Ideal candidates demonstrate mathematics and science academic success and commitment to support mathematics or science education activities.
The Noyce Internship Program is seeking interns for 2013. Apply Now!!!
To learn how to apply, please read the following document: Noyce Internship Application
If you have any questions, please contact Lori Reinsvold, Program Coordinator, 970-351-1280 or email@example.com
This project is funded by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1035333.