The SDSU Noyce program cultivates enthusiasm for science and teaching. The multiple Noyce Project LEARN programs offer internships, scholarships, and fellowships for potential and practicing science educators.
All Noyce programs are supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Noyce Project LEARN: Interns
Noyce Interns are freshman and sophomore undergraduates majoring in science or engineering. The paid internships provide opportunities to learn more about teaching as a career including experience with Aztec Science Camp.
Noyce Project LEARN: Scholarships
Noyce Scholars are graduating science majors who are interested in working toward a single-subject teaching credential in science. Noyce Scholars have the opportunity to earn a $10,000 scholarship.
Noyce Project Learn: Fellowships
The Noyce Mathematics & Science Master Teacher Fellowship is a professional development program for experienced math and science teachers.