The NC State College of Education has established partnerships with several school districts to provide a $10,000 financial award to at least 10 students who graduate in December 2020 or May 2021 and teach for at least two years in districts facing teaching shortages. As part of the NC State Education Scholars program, you will help create a pipeline of highly qualified teachers for school districts that most need teachers.Meet Our NC State Education Scholars
Why Be An NC State Education Scholar
Receive four installments of $2,500 at the end of each of the first four semesters of teaching in the district
Take part in free professional development opportunities like the Beginning Teacher Institute
Network with other NC State Education Scholars and experienced teachers across N.C.
Have priority for work opportunities during the summer before your teaching commitment
"I am excited to be an NC State Education Scholar because it provides me the opportunity to serve a rural community in the same area in which I grew up, which makes me feel like I am able to give back to those close to home. The NC State Education Scholars program will also allow me to make an impact on students in a rural area while preparing myself financially for the future."
- Jessica Taylor
Technology, Design, and Engineering Education Major from Stanfield, North Carolina