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Scholarships & Funding Opportunities

National Conference in Atlanta • March 22-25, 2023


Find the resources and support you need to attend the National Conference below.


Fellowship Program


Scaling Up for STEM Initiative

  Applications are no longer being accepted.

The Northrop Grumman Foundation Scaling Up for STEM Initiative provides middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) teachers with a yearlong immersive professional learning experience designed to enhance teacher confidence and classroom excellence in science, technology, and engineering; and increase STEM career exposure while boosting teacher understanding about the skills needed for a scientifically literate workforce. The program provides a tailored approach to support teachers’ efforts to create an equitable learning environment that increases student interest, participation, and academic success in STEM education.


Teachers can apply to become a STEM Teacher Fellow if they

  • Are currently full-time middle school (grades 6–8) or high school (grades 9-12) science, engineering, technology, and/or career and technical education classroom teachers,
  • Located in public school districts in the following states: Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida (must be teaching through the duration of the program);
  • Have a minimum of two years of classroom teaching experience; and
  • Have a strong desire to advance their district’s STEM education in support of the vision of the Next Generation Science Standards by applying real-world applications in the classroom.


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The NSTA Preservice & New Teacher Scholarship

  Applications are no longer being accepted.

Interested in attending an NSTA conference for the first time but need a little support? Are you a preservice teacher or a new teacher with 0-5 years of experience? NSTA is providing a limited number of scholarships to cover the conference registration fee.



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