NSF/STEMTEC Teaching Scholars Program


Students with an interest in teaching at the elementary level through high school level with an academic emphasis in math or science can apply to the NSF/STEMTEC Teaching Scholars Program.  Students accepted into the Teaching Scholars Program receive scholarship awards and become part of a program that provides support services to aid them in their teaching career goals including mentors, advising, and other STEMTEC and campus based information resources.

This program is open to students who attend or plan to attend one of the eight colleges in the STEMTEC collaborative (Amherst College, Greenfield Community College, Hampshire College, Holyoke Community College, Mt. Holyoke College, Smith College, Springfield Technical Community College or the University of Massachusetts Amherst). Students do not have to be currently enrolled in a teacher certification program to apply. Applications are due April 1st for the following academic year.


 

Astronaut Cady Coleman presents a scholarship award to Xueli Yu, a Frances Perkins Scholar at Mount Holyoke College. (Teaching Scholars Banquet, October 8, 1999)

 


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