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Current Students

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GWTeach is dedicated to supporting our current students; we understand how important a committed support system and community is for college students, and for teachers.

This page has opportunities for our current students which take the form of events and scholarships, contact information for advisors for further guidance through the program, hours for the GWTeach office and student work room (an exclusive study space for GWTeach students), as well as commonly requested forms.

 

GWTeach Office Hours

Monday 7am-7pm

Tuesday 7am-7pm

Wednesday 7am-2pm & 3:30pm-7pm

Thursday 7am-7pm

Friday 7am-7pm

Location: Tompkins Hall 210

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We have scholarships available to GWTeach students currently pursuing our minor, our minor with teaching certification, and those students who are planning on teaching after graduation.

​​​​​​Apprentice Teaching Scholarships are scholarships for $5,000 per year for students pursuing Teacher Certification. To apply fill out the Application Form by Friday, April 17, 2020. For more information email [email protected].

Financial Need Scholarships are scholarships for $10,000 per year for GWTeach students pursuing a career in education and who display financial need. To apply fill out the Application Form by Friday, April 17, 2020. For more information email [email protected].

The National UTeach Conference will be in Austin, TX from June 30-July 2, 2020. We invite all GWTeach students to submit a poster presentation proposal for the Student Poster Session. If your poster presentation proposal is accepted by UTeach, GWTeach will fund travel expenses to the National UTeach Conference. Applications are due by March 24, 2020. For more information email [email protected].

The Noyce scholarship is a scholarship for $20,000 per year for up to 2 years. The GW Noyce Scholarship program supports STEM majors on their journey to become teachers in high-need schools after graduation. To learn more visit https://noyce.columbian.gwu.edu/ or contact [email protected].

 

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