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Financial Resources for Credential Students
Last updated on January 22, 2021
Below is information that may be of interest to credential students. Please contact the organization listed on the document. You may also find a wealth of resources on the Student Financial Services (also referred to as Financial Aid Office) website.
Earn $4,000.00 per year with a $16,000.00 lifetime cap for undergraduate/credential students and $8,000.00 for master's degree. You must teach for 4 full years, within 8 years of teacher certification, in a low-income school in a subject designated as a high-need field including mathematics, science, foreign language, bilingual education and English language acquisition, special education, and reading specialist.
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The Noyce Teaching Scholarship Program provides funding to California State University East Bay to provide scholarships, stipends, and programmatic support to recruit and prepare STEM majors and professionals to become K-12 teachers. Scholarship and stipend recipients are required to complete two years of teaching in a high-need school district for each year of support. The program seeks to increase the number of K-12 teachers with strong STEM content knowledge who teach in high-need school districts. For more information, please visit: Noyce Scholarship
2021-2022 CSUEB Noyce Teaching Scholarship Program -- $13,000 Credential Scholarship Application
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