Consider Becoming a Chemistry Teacher with Five $10k Annual Stipends

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Kennesaw State University, in partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology and through an award from the National Science Foundation, has created two Robert Noyce Scholarship programs designed to recruit and retain teacher leaders in physics and chemistry. These programs are specially designed for STEM professionals looking to become 7-12 chemistry or physics teachers as well as current teachers seeking to develop as teacher leaders.

Selected applicants will receive annual $10,000 stipends during the five year program, totaling $50,000 per participant. Additional funds are available for graduate tuition, professional development activities, memberships in professional organizations, travel, and supplies for classroom activities.

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