Robert Noyce Scholarship Program

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 Noyce Logowant 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.