Mathematics Teacher Preparation Project

Seeking diverse backgrounds of undergraduate STEM students to complete double majors in mathematics and mathematics education, and to become certified secondary mathematics teachers. The Noyce Scholars will participate in a professional learning community and workshops that explore topics such as social-emotional learning, resilience, and adverse childhood experiences. During the first two years of their teaching careers, NoyceScholars will receive mentoring and additional support.

What will successful applicants receive?

  • Full cost of attendance (tuition, fees, room &board, books…) paid
  • Support from a learning community of students in the same majors
  • Supportive relationships with mentor teachers
  • Additional training on working with high need students
  • Follow-up support after graduation

What do applicants need to do?

  • Complete the application
  • Attend courses on-campus at Bemidji StateUniversity
  • Complete a double major in mathematics and mathematics education in two years
  • Participate in the learning community
  • Teach for four years in a high-need K-12 district

For more information CLICK HERE to download the flyer.

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