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Earn your degree and become a certified Earth science teacher for Grades 7–12.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 16, 2024
The Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Program at the American Museum of Natural History is a full-time, fifteen-month fellowship program that takes place at the museum and in urban partner schools. We seek a student body with diverse life and career experience who want to change lives by becoming culturally responsive middle- and high-school Earth science teachers. All degree candidates will receive free tuition and books, a $40,000 living stipend, and financial and professional support throughout their first two years of teaching. In return, candidates commit to teaching in a high-needs school for three years.
The fellowship is intended for graduates with a background in Earth science and related fields (e.g., Geology, Meteorology, Oceanography, or Space Science). Current college seniors and recent graduates are encouraged to apply. We are happy to review transcripts for those with eligibility questions. Information on eligibility requirements, application deadlines, courses, and more can be found on our website: www.amnh.org/mat.
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