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Do your students want to inspire the next generation of STEM students? Do they have an interest in teaching or earning a master’s of education?

There is a shortage of qualified math and science teachers in grades 5 through 8. The Noyce Scholars Program aims to make an impact on Arizona students and communities by offering dedicated individuals classes and clinical experience right here in Phoenix.

The Noyce Scholars Program is looking for individuals who have a passion for STEM who want to launch their career in education. You or someone you know may be eligible to be a part of ASU’s Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.

Scholars would receive $27,500 to earn a master’s degree leading to Arizona teacher certification and three years of specialized support to succeed in your classroom. Sound like a good fit for someone you know?

Classes start May 2018 and funding is limited, so apply now!

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