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Topic: Join The Sci-Ed Innovators Fellowship for STEM Teachers
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Channa Comer

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Join The Sci-Ed Innovators Fellowship for STEM Teachers
Posted: Jun 2, 2014 2:13 PM
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Do you know a fantastic STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) teacher? Are you a fantastic STEM teacher?

If the answer is yes, you are invited to apply or nominatea teacher for the Sci-Ed Innovators Fellowship.

The deadline for the 2014-15 Fellowship Program is June 16th! This exciting opportunity is open to NYC public school teachers in the areas of science, technology, engineering, math and computer science. The mission of our fellowship program is to build democratic science teaching expertise in NYC teachers, empowering them to engage low-income minority youth in STEM subjects. Through democratic learning experiences, students construct identities of themselves as capable citizens who use critical content agency to transform their own lives and bring about positive change in their communities.

I invite you to learn more about the program by visiting our website: Sci-Ed Innovators. In addition, we have a nomination form that you can fill out to recommend educators.

To go directly to the application, click here.

Questions? Please feel free to contact me at channa@sciedinnovators.org

We appreciate your forwarding this message to your network.

Channa Comer
Master Fellow
Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator
Sci-Ed Innovators



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