Join us on the beautiful University of Alabama campus, June 6-24, Monday thru Friday each week. Positions fill up fast, so hurry and submit your application before April 6, 2017!
UA Noyce Scholars Summer Internship Program - Year 1 Interns: June 5 - June 23, 2017
UA Noyce Scholars Summer Internship Program - Year 2 Interns: June 5 - June 30, 2017
Please view the activities from the 2016 Summer Schedule.
Be a UA Noyce Scholar
If you are a Chemistry, Math or Physics major and have a desire to make a difference, learn more about the UA Noyce Scholars Program. UA Noyce provides 1) paid summer internships for freshmen and sophomores, 2) scholarships for juniors and seniors of up to $16,000/year , and 3) graduate with teacher certification and a major in your field. An application for the summer Internship is at: UA Secondary Science Education
The University of Alabama (UA) Robert Noyce Summer Internship and Scholar- ship/Stipend Program funded by the Na- tional Science foundation, is designed to increase the number and diversity of grad- uating teachers certified in chemistry, physics, and mathematics, and teaching in Alabama. The Year 1 internship will occur over 3 weeks, June 5-23, Monday thru Friday each week and the Year 2 Internship will occur over 4 weeks from June 5-June 30, Monday thru Friday. Intern students, who require housing, will live on the UA campus and attend numerous activities related to chemistry, physics and mathematics. A weekly stipend of $450 will be given to cover living costs on campus and support interns for their time. Selection will be made by the UA Noyce Scholar selection committee.
A completed application must be submitted by May 15, 2017 or until all positions are filled.
The summer internships are open to all U. S. citizens and permanent residents who are successful college majors in chemistry, physics or math and have a stated interest in exploring teaching in their target discipline. Examples of internship experiences include: 1) orientation to ongoing UA research programs and labs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) 2) visiting high school exemplary STEM classrooms for observation and debriefing 3) assisting in a UA research project lab 4) participating in UA departmental STEM seminars as well as STEM education and certification seminars 5) participating in a short course on using technology for collecting and analyzing lab data 6) teaching prepared STEM lessons to middle grade students, and 7) tutoring in a target discipline at UA remediation/assistance center.