A Teacher Fellowship At Pace University
Are you a middle school teacher, afterschool educator, or summer camp educator looking to expand your classroom’s ecological horizons?
The Billion Oyster Project-Curriculum and Community Enterprise for Restoration Science (BOP-CCERS) Fellowship at Pace University is a two-year professional development program that trains classroom teachers and afterschool educators to engage their students in hands-on environmental science and restoration ecology in and around New York Harbor.
The Fellowship is open to all NYC Department of Education middle school teachers with a preference for those working in program wide Title I-funded schools. The fellowship is also open to afterschool and summer camp educators working in Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) funded programs.
Please Note: The BOP Fellowship at Pace is no longer accepting applications for 2018. Please visit this site for information updates regarding 2019 applications.