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Our public schools are in a crisis. We don't have enough qualified Math and Science teachers to meet our future needs. Maybe you can help. The Woodrow Wilson www.wwteachingfellowship.org offers a stipend to students wanting to get their Masters in Science or Math. In return you must agree to teach at one of the harder to staff schools all over the US.
Since the end of WW2 the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship has had the goal of aiding teachers to get their Masters in Science and Math, and to retain teachers in high need schools. Rural and inner city schools are in desperate need of caring, qualified Math and Science teachers. Have you ever heard the saying " A mind is a terrible thing to waste?" The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship aims to be sure not one child's mind will go to waste in this country. Through mentoring and preparation, the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program will help you achieve your goal of getting a Masters degree, and help our schools become the best in the world. The video below will explain more about the foundation and their objectives.
All candidates for the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program will have the following:
-Have completed an undergraduate degree in a STEM field by June 2011.
- Have graduated with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
- Demonstrate a commitment to the program and its goals.
As a Woodrow Wilson Fellow you will:
- Complete a field based masters degree in teacher education.
- Commit to teach for at least three years, in a high needs school.
- Receive intensive support and mentoring in the classroom.
Help our public schools become the best they can be. Become a Woodrow Wilson Teacher Fellow, earn your masters in teaching, and brighten the future of kids all over this great country.