Posted on February 8, 2011 by hollycraw
The country is hurting for science teachers, and for science minded homeschoolers, that could be a huge boon. Arizona State University is actively recruiting potential science students wanting to be educators and has scholarship funds of $13,000 to 17,000 per year for those who qualify.
The STARR NOYCE Scholarships are jointly sponsored by ASU (all campuses) and the Science Teachers for Arizona Recruitment and Retention (STARR) organization. The group also funds paid internships, a rare occurrence in most circles, for potential science teachers.
The STARR NOYCE Scholarship Program is available to students in the last two years of an ASU baccalaureate degree, or in the TEAMS graduate program, leading to AZ teacher certification within the following disciplines: biology sciences, chemistry, physics, Earth and space science, and general sciences. ALL ARE WELCOME to attend an information session about the scholarship program–undergrads, Post-bacs, Advisors, Recruiters, Professors, Career-Changers…
STARR NOYCE Scholarship Information Session
Continue reading on Examiner.com: Homeschoolers with goal to teach science may qualify for 13K+ scholarship to ASU – Phoenix Homeschooling | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/homeschooling-in-phoenix/homeschoolers-with-goal-to-teach-science-may-qualify-for-13k-scholarship-to-asu#ixzz1DQweLuw4
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