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NC State Teaching Fellows Coordinator

posted Nov 15, 2018, 8:40 AM by East Burke High School
Teacher working with students
Greetings Cavaliers,

I am the new Teaching Fellows Coordinator at NC State, and I wanted to introduce myself.

As you may know, the N.C. Teaching Fellows program has been re-established to attract talented students to teach STEM and special education in North Carolina’s public schools. We are proud that NC State University was selected as one of the program sites, and we hope to raise awareness about this opportunity to all high school students.

Could you please let your students know about this opportunity? I have two specific ways you can help:

1. Please share information about the N.C. Teaching Fellows program with your students you think would make great teachers and who are interested in special education or STEM fields. High school students can receive $33,000 in forgivable loans ($8,250 per year for up to four years), if they are willing to commit to teach in STEM or special education in North Carolina public schools. Interested high school students can apply by Jan. 7 to be a part of the 2019-20 Teaching Fellows class.

NC State offers the following majors that qualify for the N.C. Teaching Fellows Program:
  • Agricultural Education (Grades 6-12)
  • Elementary Education with Special Education Dual Licensure (Grades K-12)**
  • Mathematics Education (Grades 6-9 or 9-12)
  • Science Education (Grades 6-9 or 9-12)
  • Technology, Engineering, & Design Education (Grades 6-12)
Please feel free to forward this email to them and/or their parents, as well as, print, post,and distribute the Teaching Fellows at NC State flyer.


“Change Lives. Change the World. Be a N.C. Teaching Fellow.”
 
Crystal Espey, MSA
Teaching Fellows Coordinator at NC State
cnespey@ncsu.edu
Poe 505D
(919) 513-0127
**The NC State College of Education has added an Elementary Education and Special Education Dual Licensure program, starting Fall 2019. Students must teach special education to fulfill their loan forgiveness but would graduate with a degree in elementary education and a teaching license in elementary education (Grades K-6) and special education (Grades K-12).
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