For: Students, Teachers

Resource Type(s): Funding, STEM in schools

Grade Band: Elementary, Higher Education, Middle School

Subject(s): Science

The Master of Arts in Teaching program is seeking qualified professionals and undergraduate students who are interested in teaching elementary and middle-school science.

The Program Offers:

  • $20,000 to pursue a graduate degree (M.A.T.)
  • $10,000 Teaching Fellowship, in addition to your teaching salary, each year you work in a high need middle school classroom (up to 4 years)

You are eligible for the fellowship if you::

  • earned an undergraduate degree in Engineering or any natural science
  • have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better
  • pass the Praxis Core exam (Writing, Math and Reading)
  • are a citizen or permanent resident of the United tates
  • are a woman, a minority population in the sciences, or person with a disability
  • apply and are admitted to the UDC graduate school

Apply by contacting the University of the District of Columbia Admission Office at http://www.udc.edu/admit/graduate_students. If you have questions contact Dr. Anika Burtin at anika.burtin@udc.edu or Dr. Briana Wellman at briana.wellman@udc.edu.

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