UTeach Columbus offers paid internships at Columbus State University to a limited number of students each fall and spring semester. Students will work directly with either middle/high school students, tutor college students in introductory math or science content, and/or assist in public relations and recruiting or in the management of Step 1 resources. Internships may involve working at CSU outreach or student centers such as Coca Cola Space Science Center, Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative, or Math and Science Learning Center. Students will work an average of 10 – 15 hours a week, a maximum of 150 hours per semester, at $10/hour. All UTeach students with a cumulative CSU GPA of 2.5 or higher are eligible to apply for an internship.
Internships are awarded at the beginning of fall and spring semesters. The deadline for fall internship applications is April 30.
Students majoring in math or science education may apply for scholarships of up to $1000. To apply for a scholarship, students must meet the following requirements:
Scholarships are awarded bi-annually in August and January. The deadline for scholarship applications is April 30.
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant provides up to $4000 per year to full-time undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in eligible CSU programs of study. Students must agree to serve four academic years as a full-time teacher in a high-need field at an eligible school. To qualify for a TEACH Grant, students must meet and maintain academic requirements of a 3.25 GPA or score above the 75th percentile on a national college admissions test. Failure to complete the service obligation will result in the TEACH Grant funds converting to a Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan with interest charged from the date the grant was disbursed.
The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation is accepting applications for the 2013 cohort of Science and Mathematics Teaching Fellows. The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) was created by Janet H. and C. Harry Knowles in 1999 to cultivate and support exemplary science and mathematics high school teachers and develop the next generation of leaders in education.
Many other grants, scholarships, and loans are available for students majoring in science or mathematics.
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Last Updated: 4/12/13