Noyce Scholarship offers support for CSUN undergrads interested in K-12 teaching

The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for the upcoming school year, for CSUN undergraduate students majoring in a STEM field who are interested in teaching math or science at the middle or high school level.

Funded by a National Science Foundation grant to CSUN, the Noyce Scholarship offers $12,000 for up to two years toward completing an undergraduate STEM degree, in exchange for a commitment to teaching two years in high-need local schools for each year of scholarship support. More details, and the online application, are available on the program website. Applications for the next school year are due May 1.