Apply to Education Policy Fellowship Program
Posted by Education Policy and Leadership Center on May 22, 2017
Apply Now for EPLC’s 2017-2018 PA Education Policy Fellowship Program!
Applications are available now for the 2017-2018 Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP). The Education Policy Fellowship Program is sponsored in Pennsylvania by The Education Policy and Leadership Center (EPLC).
With more than 500 graduates in its first eighteen years, this Program is a premier professional development opportunity for educators, state and local policymakers, advocates, and community leaders. State Board of Accountancy (SBA) credits are available to certified public accountants.
Past participants include state policymakers, district superintendents and principals, school business officers, school board members, education deans/chairs, statewide association leaders, parent leaders, education advocates, and other education and community leaders. Fellows are typically sponsored by their employer or another organization.
The Fellowship Program begins with a two-day retreat on September 14-15, 2017 and continues to graduation in June 2018.
Applications are being accepted now.
Click here to read more about the Education Policy Fellowship Program,
or here to see the 2017-2018 program calendar.
The application may be copied from the EPLC web site, but must be submitted by mail or scanned and e-mailed, with the necessary signatures of applicant and sponsor.
If you would like to discuss any aspect of the Fellowship Program and its requirements, please contact EPLC President Ron Cowell at 717-260-9900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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