Summer@BSME is a 6-week program designed for undergraduates and recent graduates interested in the learning and teaching of secondary mathematics. Participants learn about the Hungarian pedagogy in their course work. In the field experience at a mathematics camp for secondary students, they explore how the methods learned in the courses are put into practice.
Are you a college student looking for something fun and rewarding to do? MoMath offers volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Learn valuable job skills, improve your communication ability and interpersonal skills, and explore mathematical concepts -- plus, have a great time meeting new and interesting people, including top members of the mathematical community.
MoMath has a new opportunity for graduating undergraduate math majors. The museum recently announced the launch of the Exponent Fellowship, a year-long fellowship program that will accept eight students to work with the museum. Located in New York City, the fellowship will provide graduates with opportunities to develop math communications and outreach skills, while learning from leading mathematicians in the museum's extensive network.
National Museum of Mathematics
11 E 26th St
New York, NY 10010
The Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU) in New York City program offers summer programs in mathematics and science: https://offices.vassar.edu/teu/. They seek applicants who have completed at least 9 credit hours in mathematics or science at a 2- or 4-year college, and for the science program are especially interested in applicants who have studied Earth science. Attached is a full-color flyer with information about the TEU program.
Winston-Salem TEACH is a new inter-institutional teacher preparation project being led by Winston-Salem State University, Wake Forest University, and Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. They just received a $4.7 million Department of Education grant that will allow them to provide a 30,000 12-month stipend to each of 30 highly-successful undergraduate students to complete a graduate-level teacher preparation program and enter the field of teaching.
Winston-Salem TEACH is hosting a virtual information session via Zoom on Wednesday, January 25th from 6-7 PM. All information session attendees will have their admission fees waived. You can register here.
Licensure areas include:
Elementary Education (grades K-6)
Special Education (grades K-12)
Secondary Education (grades 9-12 in English, Math, Social Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Comprehensive Science)
Please see the attached flyers for more information and contact the Interim Executive Director, Dr. Kate Allman, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more. Interested applicants can also apply directly on the Winston-Salem TEACH website.