CLUSTER is a partnership among
The City College of New York  The New York Hall of Science  The City University of New York's Center for Advanced Study in Education
  What is CLUSTER?

CLUSTER (Collaboration for Leadership in Urban Science Teaching, Evaluation, and Research) is a partnership among City College of New York, The New York Hall of Science, and the City University of New York’s Center for Advanced Study in Education.

CLUSTER is a prestigious pilot program for undergraduate science majors interested in becoming science teachers. CLUSTER Fellows receive $2500 yearly stipend plus paid internship at the New York Hall of Science.

Who qualifies for CLUSTER?

Any undergraduate science major who wants to commit to pursuing a science teacher certification program.

How do you apply for a CLUSTER Fellowship?

To apply, send a request to Prof. Richard Steinberg at Admission is rolling and requests are welcome at all times.
  National Science Foundation
This project is funded by the National Science Foundation