Leadership Fellows is a virtual, cohort-based fellowship for new and aspiring school leaders. This program provides a supportive environment to build knowledge, skills, and confidence in the next generation of school leaders.
In this program, you can expect:
By the end of this program, you will be prepared to succeed in entry-level school-site leadership roles.
Leadership Fellows is designed for experienced teachers and early-career administrators. We aim to recruit a diverse group of educators and welcome educators from all backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, ages, education experience levels, roles, and past life experiences.
Please set aside approximately 30 minutes to complete the application.
Hello school leaders!
We need your help identifying strong teacher-leaders who are interested in developing their leadership skills in the 2022-23 school year! We will be offering Leadership Fellows as a free development experience for interested teachers and aspiring school leaders.
Teacher-leaders you nominate should experience driving towards student and adult achievement, a high-degree of leadership potential you’d like to develop, and you believe could be powerful candidates for future leadership roles in your school or network.
All nominees must still decide to apply. We are aiming to build a diverse cohort that have representation from each school in our network.
Do you know a strong teacher-leader who is interested in developing their leadership skills in the 2022-23 school year? Let us know.
Leadership Fellows draws from established international leadership development programs such as the Aspen Global Leadership Network, Young Presidents’ Organization, and the former Prospective Principal Program at Stanford University.
The modes of instruction include problem-based learning protocols, case studies and consultancies focused on adaptive leadership and strategic decision-making, and collaborative project-based learning experiences.
You will be asked to bring your full self to the sessions, to thoroughly prepare for the sessions, to deeply reflect on the process and content of the sessions, and to enact work on a leadership initiative that benefits your school’s students and faculty.
You will be asked to develop the mindset and actions of a leader (both in our sessions and on your teams), including:
You will gain the most from the experience if you push yourself out of your comfort zone, allow yourself to be vulnerable with the group, and take on new perspectives with empathy and compassion.
The approximate time commitment of a Leadership Fellows cohort member is 150 hours over the course of the year. This includes:
Hear from our alumni to learn about their experience with Leadership Fellows.
Dean of Curriculum and Instruction at Summit Expeditions
I have been a part of Leadership Fellows for the past 2 years. I was interested in learning more about how to be an effective leader and hoping those new skills would help me be successful in the future. Through the different experiences I learned a lot about myself as a leader and different changes I need to make in order to have the impact I want to have. There were an array of different opinions and I would often have to step outside my comfort zone to learn new things or to challenge myself with different points of views. I really appreciated the opportunity and many of the different scenarios we ran through impacted me enough to want to create changes for my continued growth as a leader.