Molloy College Noyce Ambassador Program/Application

The program will offer significant scholarships in junior and senior years, and prepare you for teaching in a high needs school grades 7-12: Biology, Earth Science or Mathematics.

Program offers:

  • Scholarships
  • Paid internships
  • Intensive curriculum
  • Academic support
  • Boot camps
  • Field-based experiences
  • Professional development both on campus and online

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The Molloy College Noyce Ambassadors program is a grant funded by the National Science Foundation. The program is designed to recruit students majoring in mathematics, biology, or earth science who may be considering, or are currently interested, in becoming certified teachers. We are seeking students who are bilingual, or first-generation college students, or who are from underrepresented backgrounds.

The Noyce Ambassadors will commit to teaching adolescent education in high needs school districts upon completion of their education program for three years.

 

Education By The Numbers

94%

of education students earn their

NYS teaching certification

10%

Our graduation rate is 10%

higher than other L.I. colleges

48%

Score at a mastery level

on the NYS exam

74

Undergraduates graduated with

128 teaching certifications

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1000 Hempstead Avenue Kellenberg Hall, K-217 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002

516.323.3110

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