The ISU Noyce Scholarship Program seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors and professionals to become K-12 STEM teachers in the following subjects:
For the teaching internship, interns help teach Discovery Academy, a 2-week STEM camp offered to middle schoolers in Bolingbrook/Romeoville, IL.
Online applications for the Noyce Teaching Internship will be accepted until January 31, 2018.
You will be asked to upload an unofficial transcript from your most recent academic semester and provide contact information for one professional reference (instructor, teacher, supervisor, etc.).
Applications for the scholarship are open from June 1 – July 15. Only applicants who have completed the Noyce Teaching Internship are eligible to apply. The application for the research internship and scholarship are one in the same; the internship is completed during the junior year.
|Rebekka Darner Gougis, PhD||Kara E. Baldwin|
|Director of the ISU Noyce Scholarship Program||Noyce Graduate Assistant|