Have you considered teaching STEM subjects? Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship Deadline Approaching

The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship offers a $32,000 stipend toward completion of a yearlong M.Ed. at the University of Pennsylvania, Duquesne University, or West Chester University. The program focuses on rigorous academic preparation; a classroom clinical experience that begins on the first day and continues all year; and ongoing mentoring support for candidates who already have strong STEM backgrounds. Then, as teachers of record, Fellows teach for three years in a high-need middle or high school in Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, with mentoring throughout the entire process. (Applicants need not live in Pennsylvania when they apply, but they have to be willing to relocate and to teach in one of the target districts for three years.)
You’ll find more details on the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship’s web page. The application deadline is March 16.
This is an excellent opportunity to get into the teaching profession as a certified teacher without studying undergraduate education. See Br. Daniel (Thomas 3.50) for more details.
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