With the EnCorps STEM Teacher Program, professionals in science, technology, engineering and math-based careers can explore becoming a middle or high school teacher in under-resourced schools in California, Denver, Colorado and New York City areas. The EnCorps STEM Teachers Program is an innovative approach to the STEM teacher shortage as well as the low math proficiency scores nationwide.
Program participants, known as EnCorps Fellows, volunteer guest teach for two hours a week for 10 consecutive weeks in one of EnCorps’ 250 high-needs partner schools. Fellows are offered in person and online training as well as given support to earn their teaching credentials.
During our virtual information session, you will meet the EnCorps team members dedicated to supporting your transition to STEM teaching. You will understand the program requirements and options. And you’ll have the chance to interact with fellow STEM professionals, like you, who are exploring the opportunity to teach STEM in an under-resourced school. Alternatively, if you’re ready to begin exploring a career change to STEM teaching, attend one of our office hours or book a call with a recruiter.
The EnCorps STEMx Expert Tutors Program provides STEM professional the opportunity to virtually tutor middle school math. Tutors are volunteers who meet online with students in under-resourced schools one hour, twice per week for a minimum of one semester.
As a STEMx Expert Tutor you can make a significant difference in a student’s life: 84% of students who took part in the program increased their math proficiency in the 2021-22 school year.