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About Florida Tech and the Fellowship Program

Florida Institute of Technology is a national, doctoral-granting research university that offers an immersive, hands-on research environment where curiosity is embraced and innovation is championed.

Through Florida Tech’s Graduate Environmental and Teacher Education Fellows Program, graduate students can use their Peace Corps experience and passion for education and the environment to earn a master’s or doctoral degree.

Master’s degree programs available through the fellowship include:

Doctoral degrees available through the fellowship include:

We know how important making a difference in the world is to you. Much of the research our students and faculty pursue supports this goal, from finding novel solutions to toxins in the Indian River Lagoon to shaping young minds through STEM education.

Florida Tech is the ideal university for students who are entrepreneurial, confident and driven. Through your fellowship experience, you will be well-positioned to have a profound impact on lives around the world.


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