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Alumni

Noyce Scholars '11-'12

Noyce Scholars '11-'12

Back Row From Left to Right: Josiah Jones, Shantonette Thorton, Ryan Morck, Wolfgang Buettner, Ralph Alvarez, Robin Young
Front Row From Left to Right: Tamara Flores, Meghan Rodela, Mayra Hernandez, Jennifer Rodriguez, Carolyn Kabelitz, Jessica Young

Noyce Scholars '10-'11

Noyce Scholars '10-'11

From Left to Right: Shane Phillips, Samantha Espolt, Guadalupe De La O, Aimee Deconinck, Maragrita Velasco, Michelle Lamar, Maelanie Galima, Wolfgang Buettner

Noyce Scholars '09-'10

Noyce Scholars '09-'10

From Left to Right: Claudia Marquez, Ryan Mudry, Healther Stirewalt, Margarita Velasco, Theresa Kellerman, Guadalupe De La O, Lisa Pendleton, Christine Mercado

Noyce Scholars '08-'09

Noyce Scholars 08-09

From Left to Right: Leana Mari, Kenny Lazear, Miguel Moreno, Simon Moon

Words from Alumni

I really enjoyed the experience at my high school because it dissipated the many stereotypes I have heard... Working with the teachers has helped me observe many different management and instructional practices. I will definitely keep those methods in mind while teaching. The advising I received has helped me a great deal. - Eang

The scholarship was a financial help, especially now that I gave up my job to be a full-time student. Most of all I would say the programhelped me to get acquainted to the teachers and students... I have already taught/completed a mini-unit. This kind of exposure is unthinkable. The teacher I have been placed with advises me, guides me and helps me with the lessons, setting up the labs and demo. In a way I feel I'm already doing a kind of mini-student teaching. I'm very grateful to the Noyce Program for this opportunity. - Padma

The best part of the Noyce Scholars program was the tutoring hours. I learned so much from the teachers I have worked with. Often as a student teacher/education student you feel like you are on your own. The Noyce scholars Program offers a sense of community where you can share ideas and learn from each other. - Ryan