TEACH NYC

March 28, 2006

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TEACH NYC

The Graduate Scholarship Program of the New York City Public School was created to address the staffing needs in the critical shortage areas of Mathematics (grades 7-12), Biology (grades 7-12), Earth Science (grades 7-12), Chemistry (grades 7-12), Physics (grades 7-12), and English as a Second Language (all grades). The program provides full tuition payments to eligible students enabling them to obtain New York State certification and to seek a rewarding career in education, by offering a traditional path to a Master's degree in a traditional teaching shortage field. Candidates accepted into any of these scholarship programs will be placed in a cohort which will allow them to progress through the program together, enabling them to build an internal support system with each other. Upon completion of the program, candidates are required to teach in the New York City Public Schools for a minimum of four years. Participating institutions of higher education are Adelphi University and Mercy College.

To be considered for acceptance into the Scholarship Cohort Program for the Summer 2006 semester, please refer to our website at www.teachnyc.net and download the application. Applications must be postmarked no later than April 28, 2006. Please mail application and all the required documentation to:

Division of Human Resources

Office of Recruitment

Scholarship Recruitment Programs and Pupil Personnel Services

65 Court Street - Room 309

Brooklyn, New York 11201

Attention: Scholarship Cohort

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