Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
Last modified January 18, 2012.
Scholar Program Requirements
The Michigan Tech/Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors and professionals to become secondary mathematics and science teachers. The Michigan Tech/Noyce Scholarships support both undergraduate and graduate students who commit to teaching in high-need K-12 school districts upon completion of their teacher education program.
Details are given in the application documents below.
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Scholars must follow the teacher education requirements in their individual departments.
In addition to the applicant information form, official transcripts of all college work, and two letters of recommendation, the applicant is expected to include an essay (maximum 3 pages) describing:
1. Application Form Includes:
2. Introduction to the Scholarship Agreement:
Students selected to receive the Michigan Tech/Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship must comply with all program requirements. Receipt of this scholarship is contingent upon meeting all eligibility requirements and execution of this agreement and promissory note. Read and carefully consider the commitments explained before signing this document.
3. Introduction to the Promissory Note:
“I agree that if I fail to meet the conditions described in Item I titled 'Scholarship Agreement', or if I have ceased to pursue a course of study in secondary science and/or mathematics education at Michigan Technological University, I will repay either the full amount of the scholarship received or a prorated amount according to the fraction of teaching employment obligation not completed.”
Return your completed application packet to:
Division of Teacher Education
Application deadline for Spring semester is November 1, 2011.