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Entering Freshmen and Sophomores

The Teacher Education Honors Academy at the College of Staten Island Offers:

  • Eligibility for four years of scholarships for chosen students accepted into the Teacher Education Honors Academy at CSI who maintain both an overall 3.0 GPA as well as a 3.0 GPA in their major
  • Internships to work with high school or middle school students
  • Study with exceptional faculty in science and mathematics
  • Hands-on experiences in New York City public middle or high schools
  • Eligibility for a full-time paid teaching position in a New York City middle school or high school upon successful completion of the entire Teacher Education Honors Academy program including course work, field work, and pre-employment screening
  • Opportunities to do research in math or science with CUNY faculty
  • Faculty mentors in education, mathematics and science
  • A dedicated Teacher Education Honors Academy space for study, meetings, group projects, and relaxation
  • A Teacher Education Honors Academy library of resources for teaching in middle and high school
  • An advisor dedicated to assisting Teacher Education Honors Academy students
  • Priority registration
  • Teacher Education Honors Academy sophomores in good standing are eligible for Robert Noyce Scholarships in their junior and senior years

Robert Noyce Scholars at the Teacher Education Honors Academy
Juniors and Seniors

Applicants must have at least 60 credits and junior status. They must have an overall 3.0 GPA as well as a 3.0 GPA in their major.

Seniors who have changed majors and require two years to complete their major are also eligible to apply.

All Robert Noyce Scholars must spend two years in the program and maintain a 3.0 GPA and continue to be in good standing to retain eligibility.

  • Robert Noyce Scholars at the Teacher Education Honors Academy receive full scholarships and stipends in the amount of $11,000 per year
  • Robert Noyce Scholars also receive the same benefits listed above for freshmen and sophomore members of the Teacher Education Honors Academy