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STEMS2 -- $15,000 stipends for STEM majors

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The Strengthening Teacher Education through Mathematics & Science Teaching Scholars (STEMS2) in Louisiana project aims to offer teacher certification (through a minor or double major) to talented STEM majors.  Watch our video now.

The UL Lafayette Center for Excellence in Education is offering up to ten $15,000 stipends to STEM majors this Fall 2020 semester. Participants must be juniors or seniors and commit to teaching middle/high school for 2 years within an 8 year period after graduation.