Sponsored by Ball State University
The Hoosier STEM Academy is a partnership among Ball State University, IUPUI, and Purdue University whose goal is to address a teacher shortage in Indiana in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. The academy offers two programs: one for STEM professionals planning to transition to teaching and one for already-licensed teachers who wish to take graduate-level STEM courses to complete their credential to teach dual-credit courses at Indiana high schools. The Hoosier STEM Academy provides an 18 credit hour teaching license in a STEM content area. Those who are currently on an emergency license may also apply to this program.
Courses are designed to meet the needs of individuals with a STEM background who need to learn how to effectively teach STEM content at the middle and high school levels.
We are seeking professionals transitioning from a STEM career OR those who have recently completed, or are about to complete, an undergraduate degree in a STEM field.
Fellows receive full tuition plus a stipend for fees and other program expenses such as textbooks or materials.
Start dates and coursework for the programs at the three partner institutions vary (stipulations apply). Please contact the Hoosier STEM Academy director for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 1, 2020
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