Science & Math Education in ACTION
Scholarships - ACTION
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Summer Bridge program plus $3,800||$4,300||$4,800||$5,200|
This Choose Ohio First scholarship is automatically renewed each year at the higher amount as long as the student meets program requirements.
An additional scholarship of up to $10,000 per year for four years will be awarded to an incoming ACTION student with significant financial need. For more information about this new scholarship, review the details of the Jadel Scholarship Fund.
Included in the ACTION Program:
Participate in the month-long Summer Bridge program (July 7 - August 2, 2013) prior to the student's first year in college: live on campus, take college courses, and participate in a variety of activities. Students receive 3 hours of college credit and all costs (e.g., tuition, housing, food) of the Summer Bridge are covered by grant funds.
Participate in a science or mathematics research team. Assist in a regional classroom. Take science or math courses corresponding to the student's major including EDHD 2010: Introduction to Education and EDTL 2300: Introduction to Educational Technology. Living in Offenhauer West as part of the Natural and Health Sciences Residential Learning Community (NHSRC) on campus is recommended.
Participate in a real-world work experience related to science or mathematics in a business or industrial setting. Take science or mathematics courses corresponding to your major including EDTL 2740: Teaching Mathematics or EDTL 2750: Teaching Science, as well as EDFI 3030: Educational Psychology Applied to Adolescents.
Take science or mathematics teaching methods course with teaching experiences in regional schools. Begin a capstone education research project. Qualify for candidacy for an Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) or Middle Childhood Education (MCE) degree program.
Complete student teaching experiences. Complete the capstone education research project. This project enables ACTION students to discover best approaches to teaching future students.