Philadelphia Regional Noyce Partnership-Internship
Thank you for your interest in applying for the Philadelphia Regional Noyce Partnership-Internship. Please answer all questions carefully to ensure that you submit a complete application. We look forward to reviewing your application. Please see the Philadelphia Regional Noyce Partnership-Internship webpage (http://prnp.org/background/prnp-noyce-scholarship) for pertinent application process dates.
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Recommendations
One professional recommendations is required; it should address the applicant’s interest in STEM and potential for teaching. Recommendations can come from faculty, work supervisor, coach, etc. Please use the forms provided at the PRNP-S webpage (http://prnp.org/background/prnp-noyce-scholarship) and ask references to send their recommendation letters by March 1, 2019 to Bonnie Hallam, PRNP-S Program Coordinator at bhallam@brynmawr.edu.
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Essay
Please attach a short essay (1-2 pages) describing your interest in the PRNP Internship. This essay will become the property of the College/University upon your submission of it and will be shared and reproduced as needed in connection with the consideration of your application. You might consider the following questions: Why might you want to teach math or science in a high need district? What unique skills will you bring to bear in a high need classroom? What will you have to do to prepare for this experience?
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