Did you know that as a math or science major, you could qualify for up to $47,000 worth of funding if you decide to become a high school math or science teacher?
In order to meet the demand for highly qualified teachers in the state of California, the Math and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI) at CSU, Bakersfield offers up to $8,000 in stipends while you are working towards your undergraduate degree. Additionally, if you qualify, you could apply for the Robert Noyce Scholarship worth $20,000. Once you become a teacher, you could receive up to $19,000 worth of forgivable loans through the state's APLE program.
Must meet the following criteria:
Did you also know that the Math Department has a blended mathematics program that allows you to earn your math degree and your teaching credential simultaneously in less time than the traditional route? Contact us now for more information!
Scholarships: This program is designed to double the number of prospective high school math and science teachers who graduate from CSUB. Participants can receive up to $8,000 in scholarship awards plus additional funding through the state of California.
For more information about the Robert Noyce Scholarship, click here www.csub.edu/noyce.