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What type of person is a good candidate for a KSTF Teaching Fellowship?
Is the fellowship need-based?
Why is this a five-year program?
Do I have to commit to teaching for five years?
Who is eligible to apply for a Teaching Fellowship?
What if I want to teach both math and science? Can I apply to both programs?
Am I eligible if I am not a U.S. citizen, or if my bachelor's degree is not from a college or university in the United States?
Do you only accept recent college graduates?
Am I eligible if I have no previous teaching experience or prior coursework in education?
What if I am already teaching?
What if I have already started a teacher education program?
What if I already have my teaching certificate?
Why aren't certified teachers eligible to apply?
What if I have been teaching under an emergency certification?
How does the selection process work?
When will I know if I've been accepted?
Can I defer my acceptance?
What are the responsibilities of a KSTF Teaching Fellow?
What are the benefits of becoming a teaching fellow?
How does KSTF support me financially?
How am I trained and supported?
What is a typical summer professional development activity?
Where are your teaching fellows located?
Can I change locations/schools during my five-year commitment?
Is the KSTF Teaching Fellowship a teacher preparation program that will result in a teaching credential?
Do I need to be admitted into a credential program before I apply for a teaching fellowship?
Do you have requirements as to the type/location of the teaching program?
Is KSTF affiliated with any teacher education programs?
After I complete my credential program, am I responsible for finding my own teaching position?
Can I teach at any school I want?
What if I do not find a full-time teaching position after I am credentialed?
What happens when the fellowship ends after five years?