Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program
|Link to Resource:||https://science.energy.gov/wdts/einstein/|
|Resource Type:||Professional Resources; Teaching Awards|
|Organization:||United States Department of Energy (DOE)|
|Summary:||Attention current K-12 teachers: Are you an experienced educator who is ready to make a difference on a national scale? If so, consider applying for an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship and prepare for a year of unique opportunities. As a Fellow you will spend a school year in Washington, DC sharing your expertise with policy makers. You may serve your Fellowship with Congress or one of several government agencies such as the Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NASA. The goal of the Einstein Fellows program is to provide an opportunity for teachers to inform national policy and improve communication between the K-12 STEM education community and national leaders. The Fellowship program was created in 1990 with support from the MacArthur Foundation. Congress formalized the program in 1994 by passing the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Act. The Triangle Coalition administers the program under the direction of the Department of Energy. Awarded: Annually|
|Subjects:||award; k-12; teacher|
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