In the dynamic landscape of education, the pivotal role of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) teachers cannot be overstated. As we stride into an era defined by technological advancements and scientific breakthroughs, the need for proficient STEM educators becomes increasingly paramount. Recognizing this imperative, the Gokongwei Brothers Foundation (GBF) has unveiled its esteemed TeachSTEM Scholarships for Pre-Service and In-Service STEM Teachers for the Academic Year 2024-2025, heralding a new era of support and empowerment for educators.
The TeachSTEM Scholarships initiative encapsulates the vision of the GBF to foster excellence and innovation in STEM education, thereby nurturing the next generation of scientific leaders and innovators. By providing financial assistance and educational opportunities to both aspiring and practicing STEM teachers, the foundation aims to bridge the gap between potential and opportunity, equipping educators with the tools and resources necessary to inspire and educate future generations.
At its core, the GBF TeachSTEM Scholarships embody a multifaceted approach to educational empowerment. For pre-service teachers, the scholarships serve as a beacon of hope, alleviating financial barriers and paving the way for the pursuit of academic excellence. By offering support throughout their educational journey, from undergraduate studies to teacher training programs, GBF empowers aspiring educators to realize their full potential and embark on a fulfilling career path in STEM education.
Simultaneously, the scholarships extend their reach to in-service STEM teachers, acknowledging the invaluable contributions of experienced educators in shaping the minds of tomorrow. Through professional development opportunities, advanced training programs, and continuing education initiatives, GBF reaffirms its commitment to the ongoing growth and enrichment of practicing STEM teachers. By investing in their professional development, the foundation not only enhances the quality of STEM education but also cultivates a culture of lifelong learning and innovation within the teaching community.
Moreover, the TeachSTEM Scholarships initiative underscores the GBF’s broader mission to promote inclusivity and diversity in STEM education. By fostering a supportive and inclusive learning environment, the foundation endeavors to attract individuals from diverse backgrounds and underrepresented communities to the field of STEM teaching. Through targeted outreach efforts and partnerships with educational institutions, GBF seeks to create pathways for aspiring educators from all walks of life, ensuring that talent knows no boundaries.
As the application window for the TeachSTEM Scholarships for Pre-Service and In-Service STEM Teachers for the Academic Year 2024-2025 opens, aspiring and practicing educators are invited to seize this transformative opportunity. By embarking on this journey with GBF, educators not only gain access to financial assistance and educational support but also become part of a vibrant community dedicated to driving innovation and excellence in STEM education.
The GBF TeachSTEM Scholarships stand as a testament to the power of education to shape the future. Through its unwavering commitment to empowering educators, fostering inclusivity, and advancing STEM education, the Gokongwei Brothers Foundation paves the way for a brighter and more prosperous tomorrow, where every aspiring scientist, engineer, and innovator has the opportunity to thrive.
How many slots are available?
This year, GBF is looking for 330 new TeachSTEM college and master’s scholars.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is April 30, 2024.
Who can apply for the scholarships?
Apply for TeachSTEM College Scholarship:
Programs: BEEd, BSEd, BITEd, BTLE
- For incoming 1st, 2nd, or 3rd year college students.
What are benefits under this scholarship?
- Up to P85,000 annual grant
Read full benefits, eligibility requirements, and application guidelines here: bit.ly/aboutgbfteachstemcollege
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Apply for TeachSTEM Master’s Scholarship:
Programs: MAEd, MSEd
- For incoming 1st or 2nd year master’s students.
What are the benefits under this scholarship?
- Up to P65,000 annual grant
Read full benefits, eligibility requirements, and application guidelines here: bit.ly/aboutgbfteachstemmasters
How to file your application?
Learn more about TeachSTEM and how to file your application via https://bit.ly/m/gbfteachstem2024
Source: Gokongwei Brothers Foundation
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