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28 Mar 2017

It's ALL about STEM! ~ The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

28 Mar 2017

It's ALL about STEM! The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program seeks to encourage those with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors and other experienced professionals to become K-12 STEM teachers. VETERANS - this means YOU! Visit http://app.nsfnoyce.org/about/ to locate a program in your state of teaching choice.

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27 Mar 2017

Fall 2017 Application Due * College of St. Scholastica Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

27 Mar 2017

Are you a Math or Science major? Have you thought about teaching as a profession but simply aren’t sure? The Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program provides Math and Science majors with the opportunity to explore teaching through a paid internship prior to application to the School of Education teaching programs. Learn more about this scholarship program by contacting The College of St. Scholastica faculty listed below.

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16 Mar 2017

DODEA Schools Are Exempt From Federal Hiring Freeze

16 Mar 2017

The Department of Defense Education Activity plans to resume filling teaching and other staff vacancies at its schools.........

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14 Mar 2017

Teaching Opportunities

14 Mar 2017

Teaching opportunities can be posted by hiring officials and viewed by participants on this website......

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14 Mar 2017

USAF C-5 to High School Video Game Design

14 Mar 2017

Introducing TTT's Latest Participant Spotlight: Medically retired after serving 11 years in the Air Force, SSgt Kenneth Scott Myers is now the Business and Technology Department Chair, Project Lead for the “be.next” Game Design Academy, Lathrop High School, in Lathrop, California . Myers served as a C-5 flight engineer and instructor. Dual-hatted as the squadron network administrator, he took care of all the computers, doing some programming and scheduling, when he wasn’t flying. At the time, little did he know that his computer experience and instructor duty would help him secure a second career working as a high school teacher.