Admissions and Aid
The MAT Program accepts 15 residents each year. We seek a student body with diverse life and career experience. Our graduates have joined us from 18 states and with a variety of backgrounds, from recent graduates to career hydrologists to Veterans and former Peace Corps volunteers. The application is open to all candidates meeting the eligibility requirements.
Having already graduated 65 teachers, we are doing our part to help create 100,000 STEM teachers in 10 years (https://100kin10.org/). Join the AMNH community and become a New York State Earth Science teacher today!
The first step to joining the MAT Program is ensuring that you are eligible for admission to the program. Once it is established that you are eligible for admission, please review the application process and begin your application. The MAT Program is fully funded including tuition, a stipend, and additional resources. Consider attending an Open House or contacting us directly to answer any questions you may have.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
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