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Society for Science & the Public Fellows Program
Society for Science & the Public (SSP), with generous support from Intel, is pleased to announce the launch of its Fellows Program. The SSP Fellows Program provides funds and training to selected U.S. science and math teachers who serve under-resourced students, to enable interested and motivated students to perform high-quality independent scientific research.
The SSP Fellows Program will attract the most creative and motivated high school science and math teachers in the country. Through a competitive selection process, the Program will provide teachers the financial and training resources necessary to support and inspire the success of their most enthusiastic science students. Fellows may serve for up to four years. The goal is to enable Fellows to guide students to produce project-based research of the highest quality, such as is selected for SSP’s premiere science competition, the Intel Science Talent Search.
  • Demonstrated interest in research but actual research experience not required.
  • Active engagement in 9-12 grade science or if not actively teaching at this time, must demonstrate access to students to mentor.
  • Teaching credential.
  • Must be from a school that has enrollment that is at least 40% underrepresented minority and/or with at least 30% of students qualified for free or reduced rate lunches.
  • Demonstrated evidence of engagement with students (e.g. participation in field trips, science clubs, science fair, mentorship activities; support of independent research).
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Must be able to attend Fellows Institute in Washington DC – July 27 through July 31, 2009.
Fellows receive a stipend of up to $8500/year depending on proposed budget, demonstrated need, support of the school and needs of the student population.
Deadline for application to the 2009 Fellows Program will be February 15, 2009 at 5:00pm EST. Successful applicants will be notified on March 5, 2009.
For information about the Fellows Program please visit:  
For questions please contact

Jennifer A. Carter 
Director of Outreach 
Society for Science & the Public 
1719 N Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20036-2801 
202.872.5140 (phone), 202.822.3922 (fax)
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