Half-Time Position


  • 900 Hours of Service
  • Living Allowance of $5,000
  • AmeriCorps Education Award of $2,960.00 (upon successful completion of program requirements)
  • Build Professional Skills - Personal Enrichment

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Our Vision

To help all students graduate from high school "Career and College Ready" to pursue and complete degrees leading to employment in STEM related careers.

Our Mission

To engage middle grades students in STEM activities that link classroom learning and real world problem solving, help students to master STEM concepts and skills and be ready to succeed in more rigorous high school STEM courses.

Minimum-Time Position


  • 300 Hours of Service
  • AmeriCorps Education Award of $1,252.91 (upon successful completion of program requirements)
  • Build Professional Skills
  • Personal Enrichment

Learn more about a Minimum-Time Position in Stem-Corps

College News
College of Education alums honored with teaching awards
Two East Carolina University College of Education alumni were recently honored with teaching awards in North Carolina. Julie Brickhouse, a special education teacher at Wahl Coates Elementary School of the Arts, was named the Pitt County Schools Teacher of the Year on Wednesday, March 14, at Rock Springs Center. In addition to earning both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the ECU College of Education, Brickhouse has many other ties to the college: Serving as a part-time instructor in the adapted and general curriculum programs Continue reading →

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C.M. Eppes Middle School science teacher recipient of inaugural John C. Park Scholarship
When the opportunity came to attend the annual National Science Teachers Association National Conference on Science Education, Allie Smith, an eighth-grade science teacher at C.M. Eppes Middle School in Greenville, jumped at the chance. The opportunity arose through a new annual award for science teachers in eastern North Carolina — the John C. Park Scholarship — established by East Carolina University College of Education Taft Distinguished Professor of Science Education, Dr. Leonard Annetta. The scholarship, launched in 2018 by Annetta and the ECU Center for Continue reading →

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ECU faculty helps shape statewide mathematics education framework
The framework for the future of mathematics education in North Carolina was recently established by a collection of mathematics educators around the state, including several representatives with ties to the East Carolina University College of Education. Announced by the North Carolina Collaborative for Mathematics Learning (NC2ML) in February, the K-8 Instructional Frameworks are designed to connect and sequence mathematical ideas to enable teachers to plan learning opportunities for students that promote a coherent understanding of mathematics. Each framework contains sets of grade-level standards that are organized Continue reading →

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Social Work Faculty talks with Students
Life-Like Therapy – Social Work Program teams up with COE for Simulated Counseling in Mursion
East Carolina University social work students are using a virtual environment to talk with life-like teenagers about their parents’ drug use. The ECU School of Social Work has teamed with the College of Education’s Mursion lab to provide the simulation for graduate students. Organizers believe it’s the first training focused on substance use disorders for MSW students in the UNC system, said Michael Daniels, teaching instructor of social work. “This is an innovative way of teaching skills before they actually sit down with patients,” Daniels Continue reading →

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Dr. Betty Beacham

Executive Director
1805 Charles Blvd.
Bldg 123
East Carolina University
Mail Stop 636
Greenville, NC 27858
(252) 328-4357