SAF Fellow Application - 2024

The CDC Science Ambassador Fellowship is an intensive opportunity for STEM teachers and other educators to learn foundational epidemiology and public health concepts, collaborate with CDC experts to develop STEM lesson plans, and be an ambassador for teaching public health.
The fellowship includes:
  • Five-day summer course at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia
  • One year of distance-based partnership with CDC STEM specialists
  • Virtual training on how to use STEM lesson plans in the classroom
  • Support for presenting at local teacher conferences or meetings
Eligible travel, meals, and lodging expenses for the summer course are covered by CDC.
Learn more on the Science Ambassador Fellowship program website.

For questions about the program or application process, please email for further assistance.

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