Santa Clara University National Science Foundation Noyce Fellowship
Santa Clara University’s Noyce Fellowship Program is committed to improving mathematics learning opportunities for students from traditionally underrepresented populations. SCU Noyce Fellows are dedicated to using education as a tool for social justice and are committed to teaching mathematics in a high-need school district for at least four years after graduation. Our program focuses on supporting teachers to implement equity-based mathematics teaching strategies, teach for mathematical sense making and a growth mindset, and work effectively with English Language Learners in mathematics. With support from the National Science Foundation and Santa Clara University, Noyce Fellows receive generous funding and extensive professional development support throughout their time in SCU’s Master of Arts in Teaching and Teaching Credential (MATTC) program and their first four years of teaching.
Full tuition scholarship and $20,000 living stipend to earn a California Single Subject Mathematics Teaching Credential and Master’s Degree in one year.
$10,000 stipend each year for your first four years teaching in a high-need school district.
Extensive professional development during student teaching and for the first four years teaching in a high-need school district.
Become part of a vibrant mathematics education community.
Round 1: January 7, 2022; Round 2: February 15, 2022
Program Start Date
The program begins June 2022.
For more information: https://www.scu.edu/ecp/programs/teacher-education-program/noyce-fellowship/