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Physics Teaching Apprenticeship Program

What do you do?

Contact a local high school physics teacher (public or private) and write a one page proposal on how you will assist this person in class and/or lab for at least 8 hours per week for 14 weeks. The teacher, school principal, and physics teaching apprenticeship program administrator must sign the proposal.

Your Qualifications

  • Full-time student who is majoring in Physics
  • Preference given to a person who is considering a career in teaching high school physics, e.g. an education minor.
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA in PHY 2048-2049 sequence
  • Background check

For further information and how to apply, contact the program administrator:

Dr. Warren Huelsnitz 
Department of Physics
Science & Engineering [Building 50] Room 2000
University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32224
email: or call: 620-2729.