Our teachers join a dynamic community of peers who share a passion for teaching and curiosity about STEM subjects. They build lasting relationships as they learn, grow, and lead at MƒA. Our teachers bring what they learn at MƒA back to their classrooms to the benefit of their students and schools.
The MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship is a four-year fellowship for New York City K-12 public school math and science teachers that comes with up to $60,000 in stipends. It provides teachers a powerful opportunity to build relationships and get new ideas in a community of similarly dedicated peers.
The MƒA Master Teacher II+ Fellowship is a four-year fellowship for accomplished teachers who have previously received an MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship. Over four years, it provides $60,000 in stipends and enables teachers to expand their influence within and beyond the MƒA community.
The MƒA Emeritus Fellowship is an opportunity for teachers who previously held an MƒA fellowship to remain active in the community. Teachers in the MƒA Emeritus program have access to workshops and events at MƒA so they can continue to engage in, contribute to, and benefit from the community at large.
Nominate an outstanding New York City K-12 public school mathematics or science teacher for the MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship.
Our Fellowships in Action
Muller Award for Professional Influence in Education
In this mini-course, MƒA teachers engaged in an NGSS data-driven investigation to learn more about the primary threats to coral reefs.
How MƒA helps Jamie Munkatchy implement makerspace education in her classroom, creating greater equity and access through hands-on learning.
How MƒA helped Rami Abdelghafar foster a more authentic learning experience for his students right in their own backyard.
"These MƒA opportunities are so important because they provide teachers with a chance to discuss ways to bring crucial issues into our classrooms and inspire our students to take action.”
Deborah Reich, MƒA Master Teacher