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The three Noyce Programs - Noyce Scholarship, Noyce internship, and Learning Assistant positions - have separate application dates and processes. Please read the information below that pertains to the program you are interested in pursuing.  

Scholarship Applicants
Noyce Scholarship Application - Apply now; Deadline is March 1, 2016

Applications for the next cohort of SCIENCE scholars are due March 1, 2016. The leadership team will review all applications, and top candidates will be invited to participate in an interview. Students will be notified of scholarship decisions in April. If you are a graduate student, and plan to start your licensure program in Summer or Fall 2015, you need to also apply to the School of Education and Human Development. Please visit their website for more information on application process and deadlines. ​

Internship Applicants
Internship Application - Apply anytime; next round of hiring is January 2016​​

We accept applications for internships on a rolling basis, however, students are encouraged to apply at the beginning of each semester when the number of opportunities is greatest. Information sessions are in the beginning of each semester, and we recommend attending to learn more about the program.
 Applicants who meet the eligiblity requirements will be invited to participate in a group or individual interview. Students who are selected will be matched to an internship based on their areas of expertise, interest, and availability. All new interns must attend a mandatory internship orientation. 

Learning Assistant Applicants
Learning Assistant Application - We will accept LA applications from March 23 until the March 31 deadline. If you'd like an email reminder, complete this form

LA's are selected at the end of each semester for the following semester. Students submit an online application, which is reviewed by a committee. Qualified students are then matched to a specific position based on course availability, academic expertise and faculty recommendations. All LA's must have earned an "A" in the course that they are matched to.