North Carolina A&T Teaching Fellows

At North Carolina A&T School of Education we take pride in educating, training, mentoring, and developing exceptional teachers who are catalysts for learning and leading. As a NC A&T Teaching Fellow, those best practices are enhanced by opportunities that extend beyond the classroom such as seminars, cultural events, travel, leadership responsibilities, and service learning, to name a few. We are committed to supporting your goals as you explore, discover, and earn your degree and license to teach. As a participant in this program, you will learn and implement best practices; gain appreciation and facilitate the development of learning communities; and value the richness and strength of a global society.

Whether you want to be a bright eyed elementary teacher, a teacher who patiently navigates exceptional children through a story, or a science teacher who has turned his/her classroom into a CSI lab, North Carolina A&T is the Right Choice!

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Program Incentives

As a Teaching Fellow at North Carolina A&T, you can expect to be challenged and motivated to become a dynamic educator as well as an asset to your community. Here at North Carolina A&T State University we recognize what an honor it is to be awarded the NC Teaching Fellows Scholarship. To that end, if you choose to earn your degree at our wonderful university we will provide the following incentives:

  • Funding – Additional Scholarship dollars to meet the direct cost of room, board, books and fees.
  • University Honors Program – All incoming freshmen are automatically members of the University Honors Program
  • Guaranteed Housing – All students are guaranteed residence on campus in program housing, living in single rooms
  • Computer – Dell or Gateway laptop computers are provided to each student
  • iPods – Students are provided iPods and participate in technology workshops designed to instruct students how to use them in the classroom
  • Travel Opportunities – Students participate in travel opportunities in and out of state, nationally and internationally
  • Test Fees – Fees are covered for the Praxis I and Praxis II tests

 Personal and Academic Support

Teaching Fellows are guaranteed single rooms in program housing. The students are housed in the same building, and in most cases the same floors. This arrangement allows Teaching Fellows to develop authentic relationships as role models, mentors, tutors and lifelong friends. Professional mentors have included the Dean of the School of Education, faculty, business persons, university and school system administrators.

Six weeks into each semester, the program sends Academic Monitoring forms to all faculty instructing fellows. Instructors will provide current grades, possible concerns and recommendations. By midterm grades, each student will meet with the director and discuss her/his academic progress, service, internship, and transition.

Parent/Guardian Surety

The NC Teaching Fellow scholarship/loan program is a partnership between you and the state. If your student accepts the scholarship/loan and completes the program requirements which include four years of teaching in a North Carolina public school, the award is a scholarship. If your student chooses to withdraw from the program, is removed from the program, or chooses not to teach once earning their degree, the award becomes a loan that must be repaid by the student or you, the surety/co-signer, plus 10% interest.

North Carolina A&T Teaching Fellows Program will support your student as s/he pursues her/his degree and licensure to teach with quality extracurricular activities, and dedicated faculty and staff. The program will also provide support to you by keeping you aware of your student’s status within the program.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Director, Mr. Dominique Harrison, NC A&T Teaching Fellows Program, Proctor Hall Room 131, 1601 E. Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411