1/16/19 – The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Building on several years of successes in recruiting, preparing, and supporting excellent educators for high-need schools, the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship is now accepting applications for its 2019 class to continue its STEM teacher preparation efforts in Georgia and Pennsylvania. You can help ensure that students in Georgia and Pennsylvania have the opportunity for a high-quality education by passing along this email to those you believe would make strong teacher candidates.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship is awarded to aspiring educators, both recent college graduates and those seeking a different career, with strong backgrounds in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. Fellows receive a generous stipend to pursue a master’s degree program in education that prepares them to teach in high-need urban or rural secondary schools across many local districts in Georgia and Pennsylvania.
Do you know someone who might have the skills and the enthusiasm to teach math or science to young people in high-need schools? If so, those individuals could be the perfect fit for the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship and could become the Fellows who inspire a new generation of researchers or college professors.
Director, Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships