W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship

Degree: Master of Arts in Educational Studies with Secondary Teaching Certification

If you are interested in obtaining a secondary teaching certificate in mathematics or science we encourage you to apply to the University of Michigan Secondary MAC program. To learn more please contact Haley Gire at ask.soe@umich.edu. The Secondary MAC program supports students working in both rural and high needs programs. Funding opportunities are available for qualified students.  

If you would like to learn more about the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Program or apply for this Fellowship to support you in the Secondary MAC program, please visit the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation’s website.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship is a way to support secondary MAC students who want to teach biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics in a high needs school in an urban or rural setting.

We encourage you to first apply to the secondary MAC program, and then apply for the Fellowship through the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation’s website.

Fellows participate in the secondary Master of Arts with Certification (Secondary MAC) program following the regular program of study. The Secondary MAC program is a rigorous graduate-level teacher education program that is complemented by a yearlong clinical experience. As a Secondary MAC Teaching Intern, the Fellows work with students in grades six through 12, in either Ypsilanti or Detroit public school classrooms. In one full year, spring to summer, the Woodrow Wilson Fellows complete coursework for a master’s degree in education. At the end of the first year, Fellows who meet the state requirements are recommended for the Michigan provisional teaching certificate.

After graduation, Fellows are supported with mentoring and professional development throughout the first three year of their teaching in Michigan. The Woodrow Wilson Foundation does requires that graduates of the program seek employment in a high needs urban or rural school in the state of Michigan for these first three years of teaching. 

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