Welcome to the Teacher Academy @ Brooklyn College and the Brooklyn College Robert Noyce Scholars Program. If you like science and mathematics and want a rewarding and challenging career these programs may be helpful to you.
You will be part of a larger education community that has the following core beliefs.
The Teacher Academy @ Brooklyn College (TABC) is an undergraduate program that gives academic and professional advising to students in mathematics or science secondary education programs. TABC encourages students to have careers teaching math or science in middle and high schools in New York City.
The TABC helps students with the following support and advisement:
Colleagues in your cohort to take courses and form study groups
Experience in schools prior to student teaching
Early registration each registration period
Individualized academic advisement
Periodic seminars to develop and enhance teaching skills
A place to study, meet and collaborate with colleagues with computer access
Eligible for certification to teach in NYC after completion of program
TABC members in good standing are eligible to become TABC Noyce Scholars
The TABC Noyce Scholars is an extension of the TABC, but in this program students receive funding to support their learning as well as enrichment that helps students learn how to teach science or mathematics using informal learning settings (museums, parks, nature, etc). TABC Noyce Scholars also work towards completing their Masters degree by the end of their three years of funding.
When you are chosen for the TABC Noyce Scholars you receive the following:
Financial support for three years, two years undergraduate and one year graduate up to $11,000 per year including internship stipends
Internships in Host Middle and High Schools for 50 hours per week – with stipend of $1000 per semester
Two week Summer professional development on external learning
Faculty mentorship and support