STEM Teacher Education Scholarship

San Juan College is proud to offer the Four Corners Noyce Scholarship, a prestigious program sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that empowers outstanding post-baccalaureate STEM students to pursue careers in K-12 education. Inspired by Dr. Robert Noyce, the co-inventor of the integrated circuit, this scholarship aims to meet the demand for high-quality STEM educators in high-need school districts.

Eligible candidates for the Four Corners Noyce Scholarship include post-baccalaureate STEM majors at San Juan College who are dedicated to teaching in underserved communities. Scholarship recipients receive substantial financial support, covering tuition and fees, in exchange for teaching in a high-need school district—two years of teaching for each year of support received.

In addition to the Four Corners Noyce Scholarship for post-baccalaureate students, San Juan College provides stipends to undergraduate students interested in exploring STEM K-12 teaching careers. 

Apply for both undergraduate opportunities and the Four Corners Noyce Scholarship using the form below. Together, let's shape the future of STEM education in the Four Corners region.


Phone: (505) 566-3320

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Room 1911

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