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Billion Oyster Project

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.

To learn more, visit our information and application page. Also be sure to visit the FAQ page.