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Now Hiring for Job Positions throughout Central Ohio
The ESC is now hiring for educator positions including intervention specialiststeaching assistants and more in schools throughout the Central Ohio region - some of which now include a $1500 hiring incentive. For more information regarding incentive eligibility, please see here.

C-DAP | STEM+ FOR ALL Teaching Fellowship

View a Recorded Information Session

Meet our faculty and get your questions answered live during one of two hour-long sessions. 

See the session recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dGcjWOQ8SM 

Financial Aid

Prospective teachers in the STEM+ FOR ALL Teaching Fellowship program receive the following financial support:
  • Stipend up to $27,450 to offset cost-of-living expenses while completing the program
  • Stipend up to $8,000 in TEACH Grant funding
  • Additional federal financial aid based on financial need

Online Master's Degree in Education | Complete in 17 months

The Patton College of Education STEM+ FOR ALL program focuses on supporting individuals who seek to change their careers to become Intervention Specialist teachers. You can obtain an online Master's Degree in Education (MEd) with licensure as an Intervention Specialist in one of three different majors:
  • Mild to Moderate Educational Needs
  • Moderate to Intensive Educational Needs
    Early Childhood Intervention Specialist

Apply Here


Application materials include three letters of recommendation, a writing sample of two pages indicating your commitment to teaching and highlighting your knowledge and/or accomplishments in STEM fields and unofficial transcripts from your baccalaureate degree program. Because space is limited in this program, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

When completing the application, please be sure to type STEM+ in the “Administrative Use Only” box at the bottom of Pg. 1. This will let us know of your interest in this program.



* If space is available, we will continue to admit participants until the cohort is filled.

Who Should Apply?

Online Graduate Program in Special Education
  • People with science, technology, engineering, and math backgrounds*
  • People with PreK-12 certification who haven't taught
  • Teaching assistants, teaching aides, paraprofessionals, and substitute teachers
* Bachelor's degree required

Contact & Learn More


Or contact:
Ryan Pigman, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator
309 McCracken Hall
[email protected] 
740.593.0154