Paid Master of Arts in Teaching Earth and Space Science Fellowship (Fully Funded Plus Stipend)

Fast track your career with a free master's degree.  Learn to teach Earth and space science for grades 7-12 in the New York City area through the Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Program at the American Museum of Natural History, the first urban teacher residency program offered by a museum. The program is housed within the Richard Gilder Graduate School.

  • Full-time free Master of Arts in Teaching Degree
  • $2000 per month for 15 months plus free tuition, books and fees 
  • Start in June and graduate the following August
  • Small class sizes and one-on-one mentoring
  • Science coursework at a world-class museum
  • Learn to teach in a supportive nurturing environment
  • Work alongside scientists and urban teachers
  • Graduate with real-world teaching experience
  • Ongoing professional support following graduation

Share your passion for science and learning. Play your part in the intellectual, cultural, and social community of the New York City area. Start your new life inspiring the next generation with science. Change lives. Teach science.

Application Deadline February 15th, 2021

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