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Eric.ed.gov – The Math English Science Technology Education Project (MESTEP).

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Begun in 1983, the Math English Science Technology Education Project (MESTEP) is a collaborative effort among the University of Massachusetts, a network of Massachusetts school systems, and private corporations, designed to recruit into teaching academically talented college graduates with degrees in math, English, and science. MESTEP is an intensive 15-month program during which candidates complete an M.Ed. degree program that includes certification in one of three disciplines, one full semester paid teaching internship, and one full semester paid industry internship. The combination of course work, teaching, and industry experience represents a new route by which college graduates can enter teaching. Teaching interns are employed by a school system to assume most of the responsibilities of a full-time teacher; industry interns work in a full-time position at one of the cooperating companies. During the first three years of teaching, participating companies are committed to making an attempt to hire MESTEP graduates for summer employment. (JD)

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