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Albert Einstein Fellowship Application Period Opened - October 1

The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship is a paid fellowship for K-12 math, science, and technology teachers. Einstein Fellows spend a school year in Washington, DC serving in a federal agency or on Capitol Hill. While working on Capitol Hill or in various agencies such as DOE, NASA, NSF or NOAA, these teachers share their expertise with educational leaders, policy makers and agency directors. As part of your involvement with STEM education you may be in a position to encourage appropriate candidates to apply.

To be considered for an Einstein Fellowship, apply and submit three letters of recommendation online by January 13, 2008 at:

To read about this year's fellows at NSF, see "Einstein Fellows Begin Year at National Science Foundation" on NSF's website.

For more information about the Einstein Fellows program, please use the link below: