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The UMD Noyce Scholars Program is supported by the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program through the National Science Foundation.  The program is a comprehensive teacher preparation and recruitment effort aimed at attracting and preparing a talented, diverse cohort of UMD students to effectively teach mathematics and science in high needs middle and high schools.  The University of Maryland was awarded a $2.4 million grant to create the program for the College Park campus.

TUTORS, LEARNING ASSISTANTS, AND INTERNS:  Participate in a variety of early education experiences.

  • A select group of freshmen and sophomores will gain exposure to the teaching profession and earn money as math or science tutors in local middle and high schools in Prince George's County Public Schools.
  • Undergraduate science majors can become Learning Assistants on campus and work in introductory biology and physics courses.
  • Freshmen and sophomores are also eligible for summer internships working in organizations and institutions that promote mathematics and/or science teaching and learning.

SCHOLARS:  Get financial support while completing your teaching certification.


Students enrolled in either 1) the undergraduate secondary mathematics or science teacher education program or 2) the integrated masters with certification program (IMCP) in mathematics or science education may be eligible to receive a Noyce Scholarship Award.  UMD Noyce Scholars will receive a scholarship of $14,000 per academic year for up to two years.  In return, for each year of scholarship support, UMD Noyce Scholars commit to teach for two years in any high-needs school district in the United States.