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UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Education will serve as a host of the new North Carolina Teaching Fellows program when it launches in 2018!

As a N.C. Teaching Fellow, students will receive up to $8,250 a year in forgivable loans for a commitment to serve as a science, mathematics, or special education teacher.

Interested students must apply now! The application deadline is January 16, 2018. The online application is available at the N.C. Teaching Fellows website.

Application Deadline

January 16th, 2018

Semi-Finalist Interviews

March 2018

Finalist Notification

April 1st, 2018

More about the NC Teaching Fellows program

The N.C. Teaching Fellows program is designed to encourage students to pursue teaching careers in the high-need areas of science, mathematics and special education.

At Carolina, N.C. Teaching Fellows have two pathways to licensure:

  • The UNC-BEST program for undergraduate science and math majors.
  • The Master’s in the Art of Teaching program.

Teacher-candidates in the N.C. Teaching Fellows program will join a cohort that will learn and reflect collaboratively through coursework, clinical experiences, experiential learning, community service, and professional development. Four pillars will guide our Teaching Fellows Community of Learners:

  • Pedagogical Content Knowledge
  • Equity and Diversity
  • Experiential Education
  • Educator Leadership

Learn more at the N.C. Teaching Fellows website.

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