Scholarship & Grant Programs
NSF Robert Noyce Mathematics Teacher Preparation Scholarship Program
Undergraduates and professionals with degrees related to mathematics, science, engineering, and/or technology are prepared to become mathematics teachers in high needs middle schools or high schools through the Fordham University NSF Robert Noyce Mathematics Teacher Scholarship Program. Scholars will earn a Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) degree with a focus on adolescent mathematics education. The program combines program coursework and field-based teaching experiences along with collaborative lesson planning through a partnership with Fordham Graduate School of Education, Fordham Mathematics Department, and New York City public schools, including schools within the Fordham Partnership Support Organization.
NYC Dept. of Education Scholarship Opportunity - Bilingual Counseling and Education
For New Teachers and Clinicians, this scholarship program provides selected individuals with an opportunity to pursue a Master's Degree in specified bilingual and monolingual areas of education and pupil personnel services. A full scholarship is offered in exchange for a service commitment to work in a high-need New York City public school.
Scholarship Opportunity in Science Education
Fordham University and the Wildlife Conservation Society at the Bronx Zoo announce a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded program that provides scholarships to students majoring, or with a degree, in science who are committed to teaching science in high need school districts upon the completion of a teacher credential program.
Teacher Residency Scholars Program
Fordham Graduate School of Education's innovative scholarship-funded program is designed to help aspiring middle and high school teachers make a difference for their students and for themselves. Combining academic coursework with a sustained residency in a classroom setting, candidates engage in clinical assignments at high needs New York public schools where they learn through hands-on experience how to effectively impact the growth and achievement of their students.
Note: This scholarship is offered for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school years only.