The Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship Program

Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship Program

A fellowship program in Ohio will engage more teachers in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Applications are available online for the Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship program, created to train more STEM teachers and place them in some of Ohio's most-challenged public schools. Fellowships are open to high achievers with a bachelor's degree in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, or earth science, including those who already work in a STEM field and want to try their hand at teaching. Fellows receive a $30,000 stipend and complete an intensive, one-year school-based master's degree in education. They then agree to work in a high-need Ohio school district for three years.

For more information on Ohio State's program, visit go.osu.edu/wilson. For more information about the Fellowship program, contact mailto:wwwteachingfellowship@woodrow.org or (609) 452-7007, ext. 141. Text TEACHING to 30644 to receive mobile updates.

About the Woodrow Wilson National Foundation Foundation

Founded in 1945, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation identifies and develops leaders and institutions to address the critical challenges in education. It supports its fellows as the next generation of leaders shaping American institutions and also supports innovation in their institutions.

For information about participating in the fellowship program, e-mail wwwteachingfellowship@woodrow.org or call (609) 452-7007, ext 141.

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Contact staff members in the Graduate School using the staff directory, or call (614) 292-6031.

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