Students enrolled in the Alternative Careers in Teaching program are eligible to apply for stipends of $13,000 through the act!/Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program supported by the National Science Foundation.
Contact Dr. Michael Beeth for more information about the Noyce Scholarship program.
SMARTT Grant Opportunity
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) received a $2.2 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education to train 100 mathematics, science and special education teachers through Wisconsin's state approved Alternative Route Educator Preparation Programs. The goal of the initiative is to improve both the quantity and quality of the teaching force throughout the schools in the participating local education agencies (LEAs). The Support for Mid-Career Advancement and Retention through Transition-to-Teaching (SMARTT) Project targets mid-career professionals, paraprofessionals, recent college graduates, and honorably discharged military personnel. Individuals must already have a bachelors degree, but not a teaching license.
Contact Dr. Tammy J. Ladwig regarding this opportunity
Funding for the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is
provided by the National Science Foundation
grants DUE-0833324 and DUE-0934682