Team-Up

The Colorado School of Mines (Mines) and University of Northern Colorado (UNC) created a unique program that offers a path towards secondary teaching licensure in science or math for Mines students. Teacher Education Alliance, Mines – UNC Partnership (TEAM-UP) is an integrated program which is pursued while completing your Mines’ degree. Mines is fully responsible for content preparation and UNC delivers the entire professional teacher education program. All coursework is either online or delivered on the Mines campus and all field experiences are within 50 miles of the Mines campus.

 

NOTE: Only students who have previously taken a TEAM-UP course are eligible to enroll in future TEAM-UP coursework.

Rural Educator Stipend

 

Interested in student teaching in a rural district? If so, you can earn $2800 to do so. Learn more here.

 


 

TEAM-UP Noyce Scholarship Program

 

The TEAM-UP Noyce Scholarship Program is intended support Mines students and alums planning to pursue a teaching career in science or mathematics. Ideal candidates should demonstrate academic success in STEM combined with a strong desire to pursue a teaching career in science or mathematics. The value of the scholarship is $10,000 per semester, and students are eligible for the scholarship during their junior year, senior year, and while finishing their teaching license as a UNC post bacc. The scholarship is very competitive and selective. Scholarship recipients are required to complete two years of teaching in a high-needs school district for every year of scholarship received. Calls for applications are announced in mid-October and mid-February each semester, and the most current application can be found at tiny.cc/noycescholarship

 


 

Universal Scholarship Application

 

Go to http://www.unco.edu/financial-aid/types-of-financial-aid/scholarships.aspx for more information.

 

The universal scholarship application uses one common application to generate a list of availiable scholarips for students, who can then apply for them with a click of a button! Here are some of the many availiable scholarships through this application for Science Education majors:

 


 

Edith M. Selberg Scholarship

 

The Edith M. Selberg Scholarship is awarded to science education majors. To qualify for this opportunity the applicant must be a full-time student; majoring in science education; show outstanding academic achievement; and demonstrate ability in the field, and future promise. This scholarship is renewable. To apply, please fill out the Universal Scholarship Application.

 


 

MacCracken Memorial Award

 

The MacCracken Memorial Award is awarded to graduate students that have an interest in elementary and middle school science and science teacher education. Preference to student with Elementary/Middle school teaching experience. This scholarship is renewable. To apply, please fill out the Universal Scholarship Application.

 


 

Robert Sund Memorial Award

 

The Robert Sund Memorial Award is awarded to a qualifying graduate student with the intent to become a certified science teacher or furthering career in science education; the applicant must demonstrate promise and financial need. This scholarship is renewable. To apply, please fill out the Universal Scholarship Application. 

 

Teach@Mines is a

NSF Noyce Capacity Building Program, NSF Noyce Phase I Project Site, PhysTEC Comprehensive Site, and 100Kin10 Partner

NoycePhysics Teacher Education Coalition