Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Noyce Scholar Teaches High School Science

Image of Matthew Ford
"The Noyce Scholarship program provided me with the opportunity to become a teacher," said Matthew Ford, one of 28 scholars who recently completed Rio Salado's Noyce Scholars Program.
Ford teaches earth and forensic science at Chino Valley High School.
"In addition to the stipend, the program provided me with registration and advisement assistance, and access to learning from qualified teachers,” Ford said.
The Noyce Scholars program is accepting applications for 15 qualified candidates who are interested in earning a secondary Arizona teaching certificate in math or science for grades 6-12.
Participants are also given a generous $16,500 stipend to help with expenses.
The program provides mentoring, assistance with job placement and first-year classroom support. The 15-month, post-baccalaureate program is online, making it accessible and convenient.
Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, three or more years of experience in a non-education STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) career-- and a passion for teaching.
Classes begin the first week of September.
Please note: The application process usually takes about one month to complete.
For more details, visit or call 480-517-8066.


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