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Congratulations

Please join us in congratulating UTeach students Jessica Faisst and Heath Lowry on being selected as a 2013 SECME Summer Institute Intern by the SECME National Office and the ExxonMobil Foundation. Both individuals will be working in Daytona Beach at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University during June 2013.

Also join us in congratulating the following UTeach students on being selected for the Summer 2013 Noyce Internship Program:
Darius Shaw
Danielle Jones
Deborah Klugey
Alexis Hinton
Brittany Banzhof
Aurora Revels
Megan Dugan
Rose Aramian
Raven Jackson
James Young

These students will be working closely with educational programs at the local and university level during summer. Once again congratulations on this outstanding achievement.

Guidelines

  1. Due Date: Please see individual scholarship posting
  2. All applications must be received at the Department of Leadership and Instruction, reception desk, on or before 5:00 of appropriate due date, unless otherwise noted in the internship description. Incomplete applications will not be considered.  

 

Application Instructions

  1. Download and complete the internship application in typed form.
  2. Please read the internship guidelines and review the descriptions to determine your eligibility and application process.
  3. To apply for any of the UTeach Internships, print the application form, complete it, and mail with any supporting documents to the University of West Georgia, Lindsey Robinson, UTeach - Coliseum 2115, 1601 Maple Street, Carrollton, GA 30118-3000 or return the form to the Coliseum - Leadership and Instruction, reception desk, Attn: Lindsey Robinson. 

Noyce Summer Internship Program - Summer 2013

The purpose of these stipends is to help retain student interest in STEM teaching by giving them hands-on experience as interns. Open to freshman or sophomore STEM students who have a desire to work in STEM education programs at the university and local education sites during the summer. Students will be part of planning, implementing, and assessing these programs. They will have the opportunity to work with exemplary teachers and learn from their models.

Award: Ten recipients will be chosen for each summer for an amount of $2,400 each.

Expectations: Selected interns will be expected to work up to 20 hours per week for ten weeks in the Summer of 2013. Interns can expect begin work approximately the second week in may and end work the third week in July. Duties include assisting as requested in the preparation, implementation, and evaluation of STEM camps, clinics and other professional development trainings for STEM pre-service and in service teachers.