The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program
The National Science Foundation
Application to attend the Fall Breaking the Cycle Seminar
Students Currently Enrolled in FIUteach

The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, named for a pioneer of semiconductor development and founder of the semiconductor industry, seeks to encourage talented mathematics and science students to teach in high need schools.

This application is open to all students that are interested in learning more about education in high needs schools and how we can "Break the Cycle".  The seminar is a part of the FIUteach Noyce Scholarship program and is designed for students that are considering teaching, are about three years from graduating and would like more information about teaching in a high needs school

Students selected to participate in the seminar will receive a stipend of up to $200 per semester (for up to two semesters). Space is limited, so apply today.