Alcorn State University and partners, Hinds Community College – Utica Campus, Natchez-Adams, Claiborne County, Jefferson County, South Delta, Vicksburg-Warren, and Wilkinson County School Districts, propose the Be Brave, Teach STEM project as a Track 1: The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships and Stipends to attract and support high achieving mathematics and science majors into a pathway to becoming a K-12 math or science teacher in a targeted high-needs school district. A total of 36 scholarships will be awarded to juniors and seniors majoring in biology, chemistry, physics, or mathematics. Each scholar will receive up to $10,000 per year to support tuition and expenses. The objectives of Be Brave, Teach STEM, follows the purpose of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program to ensure that talented STEM majors become K-12 mathematics and science teachers. 1) By 2024, recruit and select 36 scholars (three cohorts of 12) who are majoring in math and science with high achievements and ability who might otherwise not have considered a career in K-12 teaching. 2) By 2024, build and offer strong support systems to ensure that the 36 scholars pass teacher licensure exams and complete the teacher education courses to become a science or mathematics teacher in a high-need school district. 3) By 2024, provide effective transition (induction) programs and services to the 36 scholars who become novice teachers during their first few years of teaching. The Be Brave, Teach STEM project consists of four components: 1) Marketing, Recruiting and Selection; 2) Pre-Noyce Scholars Support; 3) Noyce Pre-Service Teacher-Scholars Support, and 4) Novice Teachers Support.