Tag Archives: Teaching

Noyce Summer Internship Program

Do you enjoy working with youth?  Are you considering a career in teaching? Would you like to earn a little extra cash this summer?

If you answered yes to one of these questions, then the Noyce Summer Internship Program maybe for you.

The VCU National Science Foundation funded Noyce Initiative is sponsoring the Noyce Summer Internship Program to pique STEM majors’ interest in pursuing a career in teaching. As an intern, you will be given an opportunity to work with middle and/or high school students and teachers through one of three STEM pipeline and outreach programs.  Interns will receive a $500 stipend in exchange for your commitment to work for one week (40 hours) during the summer with one of the programs.Interns will assist with lesson preparation and delivery. We believe this relatively low stress exposure will serve as a positive experience to begin building interest in a career in teaching.

Please see the link below to apply for the program.  Applications are due by May 31st.

Noyce Summer Internship Application

Richmond Teacher Residency Program Recruitment

Please share with your senior STEM advisees


Know someone passionate about becoming an urban teacher ? 
Richmond Teacher Residency (RTR) is an innovative partnership between Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and Richmond Public Schools (RPS).  Coordinated by the Center for Teacher Leadership (CTL), RTR recruits, trains, and supports teachers—preparing them to meet the distinct challenges of urban school systems.  Residents learn side-by-side with top RPS teachers for an entire year while earning a master’s degree from VCU.  RTR’s support doesn’t end at graduation either:  our graduates receive one-on-one training from a content-specific coach throughout the first two years of their teaching career. In addition to this strong preparation and support, teaching residents receive:


  • $24K stipend during the residency year; additional $4K for science and math candidates
  • special reduced tuition rate
  • 100% placement record post-residency with full benefits and salary as a full-time RPS teacher
  • support for National Board Certification after teaching for 3 years

Application deadline:  March 15, 2016

Want more information? Check out our website:
Richmond Teacher Residency

Youth Conservation Corps

The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation  seeks students who are at least college juniors as of Fall 2016 to be crew leaders for the Youth Conservation Corps program.  This is a three-week program involving the supervision and planning of young students interested in conservation.

See this flyer for more information.

DC Teaching Fellows

DC Teaching Fellows – Early Deadline November 9

How will you turn your background into a high-impact career in DC? 

DC Teaching Fellows trains accomplished professionals and recent college graduates to become exceptional, certified teachers for the DC students who need them most.  Residents become highly-effective teachers through intensive training and classroom-based coaching.  It’s an honor and a tremendous responsibility, which is why we hold the highest standards of effectiveness of any teacher preparation program in America.Teach DC

Do you have what it takes to join this elite group of educators? Learn more here – our next application deadline is Monday, November 9.  Register to attend our upcoming October 28 webinar information session here.



Scholarships for STEM majors interested in teaching

STEM Advisors,

Please share the following notice with your junior and senior STEM advisees. The very generous and prestiegous NSF funded Robert Noyce Scholarship is open to STEM junior and seniors who are interested in a secondary teaching career. The scholarship funds $10,000 of STEM majors senior year. They are then elegible to apply for an additional $14,000 for their Masters of Teaching program. Current seniors can apply for the $14,000 stipend if they also apply and are accepted into our graduate Masters of Teaching program. Pleas pass on the attached information flier to your advisees.



Science Museum of Virginia STEM Facilitators Wanted


Southern Teachers Agency recruiting Biology teachers for 2015-2016 school year

Wanted: Successful Biology Students to become Teachers at College-Prep Schools!

Teacher Recruitment for 2015-16 is underway.

STA recruits throughout the liberal arts and sciences, not just education majors.  We help nearly 600 private and independent schools throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southern states as they seek enthusiastic learners, effective communicators, and caring role models for their classrooms, playing fields, service activities, and co-curricular programs.   These schools offer small classes, supportive and collegial faculty cultures, opportunities to innovate, create, and inspire.

When they hire biology teachers, they focus on college-level studies in biology and related sciences.   While coursework in secondary education can be helpful, it’s not a hiring prerequisite.  

The urgency of this email:  Students should apply soon to become STA teacher candidates so they can participate in upcoming recruitment fairs.  Attaining full STA candidacy can take up to three weeks.

Math Masters (Virtual Fair for Math teachers) Thursday, January 29

* Science Stars * (Virtual Fair for Science Teachers) Thursday, February 5

Charlottesville Teachers Fair (interviews in person) Saturday, February 14

Texas Roundup (Virtual Fair for Texas independent schools) Thursday, March 12

Florida’s Finest (Virtual Fair for Florida independent schools) Thursday, March 19

Best of the South, Atlanta (interviews in person), Saturday, March 28

Season Finale (Virtual Fair for all teachers) Thursday, April 23

STA’s services are personal, proven, and free for candidates.