Partner Universities: Georgia State University
Applications for Fellowships at Georgia State University will be available in spring 2015.
Georgia State University is a public research university of 32,000 students located in the heart of Atlanta. The university offers 55 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in more than 250 fields of study in its eight academic colleges and schools, including the College of Education, which offers undergraduate, graduate and non-degree programs for professionals in the fields of education, human development and health-related fields.
Teacher Preparation at Georgia State
Georgia State’s mission is to prepare educators who are informed by research, knowledge and reflective practice; empowered to serve as change agents; committed to and respectful of all learners; and engaged with learners, their families, schools, and local and global communities.
Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows will take a one-year (12 to 15-month) certification and Masters of Art in Teaching (M.A.T.) program in Mathematics or Science through the College of Education’s Department of Middle and Secondary Education. Areas of focus include mathematics, broad field science, biology, chemistry, earth science and physics.
Upon completion, Fellows make a commitment to teach for a minimum of three years in high-need schools. Fellows will also have two mentors in their first three years of teaching – a mentor teacher from the school where they are placed and another mentor from Georgia State. More information.
Schools/Districts Working With Georgia State
The schools/districts working with Georgia State University and the Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellowship may include:
Tuition and Assistance at Georgia State
The estimated cost of tuition for Fellows at Georgia State University is $3,384 both for Georgia residents and non-residents. Click here for more Georgia partner university tuition information.