- 2013 Factsheet: Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowships (PDF)
- 2013 Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellow Profiles
- Timeline: 2013 Cohort (PDF)
- 2012 Factsheet: Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowships (PDF)
- 2012 Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellow Profiles (PDF)
- 2011 Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows Profiles (PDF)
- 2011 Factsheet: Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowships (PDF)
- Participating Universities Map (PDF)
About the Fellowships
- The Fellowships recruit teachers—both recent college graduates and career changers—with strong backgrounds in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
- Each WW Ohio Teaching Fellow receives a $30,000 Fellowship to complete a specially designed, cutting-edge master's degree program, as preparation to teach in high-need urban or rural secondary schools.
- Fellows commit to teach for three years, with ongoing mentoring.
- Universities agree to redesign their teacher education programs.
- Ohio launched its Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships in 2010. Funding comes from Choose Ohio First, Race to the Top, and a consortium of private funders.
- This year's group is the inaugural class (or cohort) of Fellows in Ohio.
About the Application and Selection Process
- For the 2011 Fellowship competition, more than 48,000 inquiries were received, generating a total of more than 1,500 applications.
- If you would like to be updated when more details about the Fellowships and/or the application are available, please send an email with your name, field of study, the state you are interested in, and preferred contact method to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation on Facebook and/or Twitter for updates.
- Selection includes screening at the Foundation, a full-day interview process driven by a team of veteran STEM teachers based in Ohio, and a careful admissions review by the partner universities.