The Four Corners Noyce Scholars (FCNS) program offers these stipend/scholarship opportunities for STEM students considering teaching K-12:
Stipends for working with youth in activities that gain you exposure to teaching. This includes touring science labs, conducting experimental demonstrations, leading activities at a math festival table, tutoring, presenting activities in classrooms, and more.
Paid summer intensive STEM teaching experiences through the Powerhouse Science Center, Durango Nature Studies, or regional math and science camps.
Two years of scholarship support (>$10,000 annually) for STEM majors who concurrently pursue teacher certification.
One year of scholarship support (>$10,000) for students who graduated with a STEM major and are now seeking teacher certification. Students in their first year of the MAE: Teacher Licensure program qualify for this scholarship opportunity.
Stipends for teachers in their first year to support professional activities.
Apply now or contact us with questions about teaching scholarship opportunities.