Mathematics Teaching Scholars
Join the first cohort of 20 academically talented and
enthusiastic Mathematics Teaching Scholars and enjoy a
variety of benefits.**
Click here for the program flyer
This program provides you with the following great opportunities:
- Complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and a Single Subject Mathematics Teaching Credential in 4 years.
- Receive scholarships and grants in each of the 4 years.
- Participate in paid teaching experiences in schools.
- Participate in regional and national conferences.
- Join professional organizations and student clubs.
- Participate in a pre-college summer cohort experience.
- Receive mentorship from exemplary high school math teachers.
- Participate in undergraduate research opportunities.
- Earn a stipend for serving as a supplementary instructor, lab facilitator, tutor, or grader for mathematics courses.
Applicants must be interested in becoming a middle/high school mathematics teacher.
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- Receive approximately $1000 per year for professional memberships, conference attendance, professional development activity participation, and books/supplies from the Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI).
- Guaranteed paid experience working with K-12 students through the Teaching Fellows Scholarship Program; students can earn $700 per month.
- Eligibility for an annual Scholarship of $1250 awarded in the spring semester of the freshman year and renewable up to three years through Kremen School of Education’s Teaching Fellows Scholarship Program.
- Qualify for $3750 per year through the Federal TEACH Grant Program.
Successful applicants must meet or exceed following criteria:
- Interested in becoming a middle/high school mathematics teacher
- Minimum 3.5 high school GPA or 3.3 community college GPA
- Have taken Calculus in high school and receive a grade of C or better grade
Two Mandatory Applications
- California State University, Fresno - admission application (October 1 through November 30) https://www2.calstate.edu/apply
- Mathematics Teaching Scholars application*
*Deadline is October 1-January 30
**This program offering is subject to the approval of the University and the CSU Chancellor's office. It is expected to begin by Fall 2018.