Noyce Scholarship

Educating Secondary Science and Mathematics Teachers for High Needs Schools

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The 2018 Noyce scholars.

The Noyce Scholarship is a collaborative effort between The School of Education, School of Engineering, The College of Humanities and Sciences, John Tyler Community College and J. S. Reynolds Community College in partnership with area school districts including the City of Richmond, Henrico County and Chesterfield County. It provides scholarships to STEM majors interested in teaching in high-needs districts.

If you are interested in teaching science or mathematics in a high needs middle or high school, there are three program options for you: the Noyce Scholarship Program, the RTR programand Noyce & RTR combined. Here is a chart with information about eligibility, deadlines, the application process, and a quick timeline of your schedule and coursework. Here is a document with additional STEM education scholarship opportunities to supplement your funding needs.

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Application for M.T. and Undergraduate Students

Meet our Noyce Scholars

For some background information on our current crop of Noyce Scholars, including a brief interview with each, please visit our Noyce Scholars webpage.

Eligibility Requirements for a Noyce Scholar
Application Process
Benefits
What Is A High Needs District?
VCU Noyce Partners
STEM Faculty
Contact Information

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