Please see the information below to learn more about teaching fellowships offered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation:
Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows:
Now more than ever, high-need urban and rural secondary schools need dedicated and powerful teachers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship recruits high achieving candidates who have the drive to become teachers—including graduating college seniors, recent graduates, armed forces veterans, and mid-career and second-career professionals. Fellows begin with an intensive master’s degree program interwoven with a full year in the classroom, then commit to teaching for at least three years in a high-need urban or rural school district.
Benefits that Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows Receive:
-Admission to a master’s degree program at a participating college/university in Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, or Ohio
-Preparation for teaching certification
-Support and mentoring throughout the four-year program
-$30,000 stipend in the first year; salary during the three-year teaching commitment
-Lifelong membership in a national network of intellectual leaders as a Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow
Please go to http://woodrow.org/fellowships/ww-teaching-fellowships/ to learn more.