MATH FOR AMERICA
at Claremont Graduate University (CGU)
PRIORITY Deadline: Jan 12, 2014
STANDARD Deadline: Feb 9, 2014
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What is Math for America?
The Math for America (MƒA) LA Fellowship is a five-year program where recent college graduates and mid-career professionals make a commitment to teach math in public secondary schools. MƒA Fellows are mathematically talented individuals who are new to teaching.
MƒA is a non-profit organization devoted to increasing the pool of talented math teachers in U.S. secondary public schools. Claremont Graduate University (CGU) is a member of the Math for America Los Angeles location. Graduates of this program work in a variety of high needs schools from the inland Empire through Los Angeles County.
How the Program Works
YEAR ONE: Prepare to become a public secondary school math teacher. Includes full tuition scholarship for MA in Education & preliminary teaching credential AND up to $20,000 in stipends.
YEARS TWO-FIVE: Teach in a Los Angeles public secondary school. $80,000 in stipends over 4 years in addition to full-time salary.
100% Tuition (and other benefits)
Selected Math For America fellows receive:
- 100% tuition for their credential and Master’s in Education at CGU.
- $100,000 stipend spread over five years.
- A full-paid internship.
- Continued mentoring and professional development after you earn your degree ensure you reach your highest potential as a teacher
Why Math for America at Claremont Graduate University?
- Become a teacher in 15 months.
- Affiliation to the prestigious Claremont Colleges consortium.
- 100% of our Math graduates teach full-time within 1st year of graduation.
- Over 100 partnerships with Southern California school districts provide internship opportunities.
When you enroll in our program, you take your place in a cohort, a set group of classmates who work through the curriculum together. Our internship model allows you to work as a paid teacher in an urban public school, giving you essential real-world experience as you simultaneously fulfill both California's teacher credentialing requirements and CGU's institutional requirements.
We encourage you to learn more about our program and the application process by contacting us:
- Call us at (909) 607-0201
- Email Us at Ellen.Soakai@cgu.edu
- RSVP to an Information Session
- Request Program Information