TEACH WHAT COUNTS WHERE IT COUNTS.
Make up to $20,000 more teaching math & science in Alabama.
As a teacher, you solve problems every day. But what if there’s a place you could change the equation entirely? Right now, Alabama is in a period of rapid growth in industries fueled by math and science. We are looking for teachers looking for a salary and quality of life that is second to none. The TEAMS act offers STEM teachers up to $20,000 more per year to teach math or science in hard-to-staff areas of Alabama, ensuring that our teachers can make more making a difference.
Hold a valid Alabama professional educator certificate or alternate certificate in middle level math or science OR secondary math, science or computer science;
Teach [full-time] approved math and/or science courses in grades 6-12 with the appropriate certificate endorsements; and
Currently hold or plan to obtain an Advanced Credential from either the National Institute for STEM Education or National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Certification in math or science.
To qualify for the hard-to-staff supplement, a participating teacher shall teach in a school designated as hard-to-staff by the Alabama State Department of Education.
For full eligibility requirements please click here.
WHERE TO START?
Visit the Teach in Alabama portal to submit an application for employment. Within the application, be sure to select the fields that indicate you possess the required credentials to qualify as a potential TEAMS candidate. A representative from the district you are interested in teaching at will be in touch with more information.