Deadline Jan. 12 for $30,000 teaching fellowships

Are you pursuing a degree in a math or science field? Are you looking to change lives? Would you like to teach math or science in a high-need Indiana school district?

If you answered yes to these questions, the Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship Program may be for you.

This program offers:

  • A $30,000 stipend for a year of intensive study and field work
  • A master’s degree from an excellent teacher education program at UIndy, IUPUI, Purdue or Ball State
  • Licensure in mathematics, life sciences, chemistry and other STEM areas
  • Mentoring during your first three years of teaching

The application deadline for next year’s incoming cohort is Jan. 12.

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