Summer Internship Application

National Science Foundation Award No. 1852697

The URI Robert Noyce Scholarship Program is seeking freshman and sophomores interest in teaching in a STEM field for practice-based summer internships. Students will be placed at Rhode Island-area summer programs that teach students about STEM topics in a fun an engaging manner. Those accepted for a summer internship will earn up to $4400 for their work.

The Noyce Scholars program is funded by the National Science Foundation for the purpose of recruiting undergraduates pursuing Science, Computer Science, Engineering and Math degrees and career changers, who hold a BS in a STEM field, to teach science or mathematics in K-12 schools.

By encouraging talented STEM students and professionals to pursue teaching careers in K-12 schools, this program responds to the critical need for teachers of STEM subjects and will increase the number of teachers with comprehensive knowledge of STEM content.

For more information, please contact Jay Fogleman at 401-874-4161 or .

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  • In 200 words or less, please discuss your interest in the Noyce Summer Internship and address the following questions 1) What kinds of experience have you had working with children and/or young adults? 2) What would you like to learn as a result of this summer internship? 3) What life experiences have you had in the Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics field that have sparked an interest in this internship program?
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