With funding from the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program, the Carthage Noyce Scholarship Program is recruiting undergraduate majors in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics and preparing them to become science and math teachers for grades 6-12.
Interested in being involved, or finding out whether teaching is for you?
- Sign up for our email list to be notified of upcoming events and teaching or volunteer opportunities.
- Contact our faculty to obtain additional information and advising for your Carthage four-year plan.
- Attend an Innovative Science Teaching Colloquium in the fall.
- Get fully immersed in an exciting J-Term teaching experience.
“This program greatly increased my motivation to teach science. The interest has always been there, and now it is more deeply ingrained. I now have confidence that I will make an effective teacher due to the skills I acquired through this program.”
— Sheila Franklin ’19