Diversifying Early Education Leadership Fellowship
Posted by Temple University on December 10, 2019
The Diversifying Early Education Leadership (DEEL) Fellowship at Temple University initiated its inaugural year in July of 2019, with support from the William Penn Foundation. The DEEL Fellowship aims to enrich the leadership of Philadelphia’s ECE community by providing comprehensive, credit-bearing professional development for mid-career professionals of color working in early childhood education. The DEEL Fellowship also seeks to impact Philadelphia’s ECE non-profit sector by engaging partnering host organizations in a process designed to build awareness and solutions that encourage equity in leadership, internal culture and service delivery.
Fellows will engage in a two-year fellowship program, which will result in the completion of a host project, designed in partnership with the fellow, Temple faculty and a partnering ECE focused Philadelphia non-profit. Fellows will also receive mentoring and professional development, leading to a graduate level certificate in either Training and Organizational Development, Urban Education, or Diversity Leadership.
Please feel free to visit the Diversifying Early Education Leadership website (https://sites.temple.edu/ecediversityfellowship/), for more information on how to host a fellow at a Philadelphia non-profit organization, or how to apply to become a fellow in one of 2 upcoming 2020 cohorts. For more specific inquiries related to the DEEL Fellowship, please contact Dr. Annemarie Hindman directly at email@example.com.
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