Philadelphia Regional STEM – CS Teaching Experience for Undergraduates 

Interested in Exploring a Career in STEM Teaching?


The Philadelphia Regional Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU) program is an 8-week immersive summer experience in secondary science and mathematics education in Philadelphia, funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Temple University.  Twelve undergraduate STEM students will be selected to participate in the program.

TEU participants take a course in STEM teaching methods and apply what they learn to teach a high school students taking part in Temple University’s STEM-UP summer Leadership program under the supervision of a Temple University faculty mentor. For more information about the STEM-UP program click here.


TEU participants

  • earn a $7000 stipend

  • earn 1 unit of Temple University credit for the STEM teaching course

  • receive a stipend to cover local travel

  • receive daily lunch


The TEU program is non-residential; participants will need to provide their own housing.


We seek applicants who have completed at least 9 credits hours in mathematics or science at a 2- or 4-year college Students from 2 and 4-year colleges and universities in the Greater Philadelphia area are especially encouraged to apply.



TEU Program

June 4–August 9, 2024

Does not meet week of July 1-5

Application Deadline

March 18, 2024



To apply for the TEU program, complete the Application that will include submitting a resume/CV, unofficial copy of your college transcript, and one-page essay describing your interesting in teaching.

Click Here to Apply


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