Fullbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Research Program
The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Research Program provides an opportunity for K–12 educators from the United States to conduct research and engage in other professional learning experiences for three to six months in participating countries which include Brazil, Colombia, Finland, Greece, India, Israel, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, and Vietnam. The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Research Program is open to full-time elementary, middle, and high school educators in the United States.
Summer paid research opportunity for High School Science Educators
WV-INBRE program will provide funding for nine-week biomedical science research internship positions for high school science educators. A maximum of 5 internships will be available. HSTA teachers or teachers from HSTA-affiliated schools may be given preference in the selection process. Based on the high school’s academic calendar, start dates are flexible; however, employment dates end July 28, 2020. Compensation of $9,000 ($1000/week) will be provided for the full nine weeks, or $1000 for each 40 hour week worked.
More information will be provided about the program and you will be able to view the Mentors Abstract Directories for researchers at WVU and Marshall University and at the WV-INBRE’s partner institutions. These directories can be viewed online at their appropriate link and the application can be filled out online under the “Application link”.
For more information, contact: Valerie Watson, email@example.com or (304) 293-4120.
AGI William L. Fisher Congressional Fellowship
Educators are encouraged to consider applying for or passing this along to colleagues who you think may be interested in this unique opportunity.
The AGI Congressional Geoscience Fellowship represents a unique opportunity to gain first-hand experience with the legislative process on Capitol Hill. The successful candidate will spend 12 months (starting September 1, 2020) in Washington working as a staff member in the office of a member of Congress or a congressional committee. Fellows make practical contributions to the effective and timely use of geoscientific knowledge on issues relating to the environment, resources, natural hazards, and federal science policy.
Prospective applicants should have a broad geoscience background and excellent written and oral communication skills. Although prior experience in public policy is not necessary, a demonstrable interest in applying science to solving public problems is desirable. A Ph.D. at the time of appointment or a master’s degree in engineering plus three years of professional engineering experience is required. Applicants must be members of one of AGI’s member societies, a list of which is available on our website.
Whether you are new to teaching computer science (CS) or have experience teaching other CS courses, the Code.org Professional Learning Program offers year-round support. We’ve designed this program to promote growth by providing space for you to become comfortable with curricular materials, CS content, and pedagogy.
Check out our professional learning values for more information about our goals and approach to professional learning. Interested in sharing details about the program with teachers and administrators at your school?