Ohio University hosts a Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program: an innovative and accelerated one-year initial teaching license program with master's degree. Called the Woodrow Wilson Ohio UniversityTeaching Fellowship, the program is for recent college graduates from science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) and for STEM professionals who wish to prepare for a career teaching in middle or high schools. Fellows receive a $30,000 stipend, a full tuition scholarship and become members of the prestigious Woodrow Wilson Fellowship community.
The Woodrow Wilson Ohio UniversityTeaching Fellowship program has an intensive one-year in-school experience that is directly connected with coursework as a part of preparing new teachers for careers in middle school mathematics and science or high school chemistry, life science or physics. Graduates will have received a full preparation for starting their teacher career as well as mentoring and other support for their first three years of teaching. Dual licenses may be possible.
The Woodrow Wilson Ohio UniversityTeaching Fellowship program is based in Athens, a scenic college community of more than 40,000 residents and students nestled among the wooded Appalachian foothills and surrounded by multiple cultures, including those of the small communities of numerous rural school districts.
A "one-stop" process simplifies your application for any Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program.(http://woodrow.org/fellowships/ww-teaching-fellowships/ohio/info/ww-teaching-fellowships-application/) Please follow the links to find out more about Ohio University's challenging and rewarding program.
For more information on the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship experience, click on the image below to watch 2012 Fellow, B.J. Bullock, interview with WOUB Newswatch: