To address the STEM teacher shortage, EnCorps has been working earnestly since 2007 to recruit the best and brightest science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professionals to teaching, providing meaningful opportunities to impact disadvantaged students. We believe all students deserve access to a great STEM teacher, a great STEM education and all the opportunities that those can provide. We’re here to address the conditions limiting high poverty and under-resourced student opportunities.
EnCorps Fellows, who become EnCorps STEM Teachers in high needs schools, are connecting students to real-world math and science career and economic opportunities, preparing the STEM workforce pipeline, and transforming public education statewide.
The EnCorps Fellowship is an innovative, long-term solution to enduring STEM achievement, access, and literacy gaps disproportionately limiting low income, under-resourced, and minority student opportunities.
STEM professionals, when thoroughly prepared, are uniquely positioned to meaningfully utilize their talent and real-world expertise as EnCorps STEM Teachers to deliver an authentic, rigorous, and relevant STEM education to the students who need it most.
The EnCorps STEM Teachers Fellowship recruits, selects, develops and supports the best and brightest STEM professionals and military veterans, as an innovative, long-term solution to the shortage of high quality, impactful educators for under-resourced students in high needs schools.
EnCorps Named 2018 Carl and Roberta Deutsch Foundation HALO Award Winner
EnCorps Named 2017 Silicon Valley Education Foundation STEM Innovation Award Winner
EnCorps Named 2017 Winner of Annenberg Challenge for Innovation in Technology
STEM Mentoring Award Winner:
2019 Excellence in Public-Private Partnerships
2016 Excellence in Volunteer Experience