Amount: -Full-tuition scholarship and fees for a Masters in Teaching (MAT) degree program in Secondary Education: Mathematics at American University Extensive student teaching experience -$23,520 living stipend -Pre-service professional development and mentoring
Info and Availability: The MƒA DC Fellowship is a five-year program where recent college graduates and mid-career professionals make a commitment to teach math in public secondary schools. MƒA Fellows are mathematically talented individuals who are new to teaching.
Amount: -$5,000 grant over five-year appointment for advanced math coursework at local universities, participation in national mathematics conferences and/or pursuit of National Board Certification -Additional $10,000 in stipends over five years -Teach for at least five years in a high-need school in Washington, DC -Participate in numerous professional development sessions, including work with MƒA DC Fellows -Contribute to establishing a community of DC mathematics teachers -Leadership roles with other Master Teachers and service on selection and interview committees for the MƒA DC Fellowship
Info and Availability: The MƒA DC Master Teacher Fellowship is a five-year program that rewards experienced secondary school mathematics teachers. The program includes stipends and financial support of up to $55,000 over five years, as well as leadership and professional development opportunities.
How the Program Works: Years One through Five: Receive training grants and stipends and continue to teach in a Washington, DC public or public charter secondary school.