Mills College School of Education Announces New Fellowship for Urban Practitioners
Oakland, CA–December 16, 2011 The Mills College School of Education is pleased to introduce an urban practitioner fellowship that will be awarded to a student committed to serving in a high-needs urban district and pursuing either a teaching credential or an administrative services credential.
The recipient will receive one-year full tuition and become a School of Education Center for Urban Schools and Partnerships (CUSP) Fellow. The fellow will be able to pursue a credential focused on urban teaching and leadership while partnering with local districts to work on issues related to equity, access, and excellent outcomes for children, youth, and families.
The priority application deadline for credential programs is December 31, 2011, and the submission deadline for the fellowship essay and resume is January 31, 2012. For eligibility and application information, visit the Urban Practitioner Fellowship webpage.