The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at William and Mary seeks to encourage talented science and mathematics majors and professionals to become mathematics and science teachers for grades 6-12. Sponsored by The National Science Foundation, scholarships of $10,000 per year are given to students who will pursue teaching certification in math or science. Noyce Scholars commit to teaching at a high-need school district for two years within six years of their math/science teacher certification.
The Noyce Scholarship Program also provides funding for Undergraduate Summer Experiences in STEM education and teaching. Undergraduate math or science majors who want to explore teaching as a possible career can apply for a summer stipend of $450/week for up to 8 weeks.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. For more information contact our Noyce Recruiter and Mentor, [[achen03, Amy Chen]].
The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is also a national organization with programs across the country. For more information on the national program, conferences, and more, check out the NSF Noyce website.