The Johns Hopkins School of Education, the nation's No. 1-ranked school of education according to U.S. News & World Report, is offering the Baltimore Education Fellows Scholarships to graduating seniors of JHU's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. The scholarships provide full-tuition support for the Master's of Arts in Teaching degree and a $20,000 living stipend for deserving and highly-qualified candidates.
The one-year programs starts in June. Baltimore Education Fellows are enrolled in the full-time Master of Arts in Teaching program and attend classes at the School of Education's Homewood campus. Their teaching internship is at the new state-of-the-art Henderson-Hopkins K-8 School in East Baltimore. At the completion of the program, fellows will be eligible for their initial teaching certification and at the elementary level.
Applications are currently being accepted tor the Baltimore Education Fellows program, which begins this summer 2015. If you are interested, visit http://education.jhu.edu/Academics/masters/MAT/fellows/.
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