IDoTeach students have unique opportunities to earn scholarships in support of their degree program.
This scholarship is designed to support undergraduate students who are majoring in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) discipline, with desire to explore becoming a STEM educator in grades K-12 after graduation from Boise State. The scholarship will provide funding toward STEM-ED summer course fees at Boise State University for qualified applicants who are selected. Check back next spring for summer application information!
With funding from the Micron Foundation, Boise State University is pleased to sponsor the Micron Scholarship program during the 2018-2019 academic year. This program is designed to support undergraduate students who are majoring in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) discipline, with plans to become a STEM educator in grades K-12 after graduation from Boise State.
This program provides up to $2,500 toward tuition at Boise State University for accepted scholarship candidates.
The Noyce Scholars program at Boise State University includes a stipend of $5,000 per semester (maximum of $10,000 per year) for tuition and other eligible student fees and expenses. It supports juniors and seniors in good academic standing to continue to make progress toward a degree in STEM education. Support for the program is provided by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Noyce Induction Support
The design of the Noyce Induction Support program is to support graduates from Boise State’s IDoTeach program who are currently teaching in a secondary STEM discipline. The program provides a community of practice and six evening workshops to support secondary STEM educators during their first year of teaching. The support is available through enrollment in an Induction Support course. Along with the course, the program provides payment for one professional development credit that can be used for recertification purposes and a $500 stipend that can be used to defray classroom costs. Funding for the program is provided by a grant from the National Science Foundation.