Designed to give emerging school leaders the skills and knowledge needed to lead in decision-making and school improvement processes
This year-long, twenty-day Leadership Fellows program is designed to give emerging school leaders in Hamilton County the skills and knowledge needed to participate in decision-making and school improvement. Serving around 30 educators per year, the program involves monthly workshops, job shadowing, school visits, mentoring, study groups, leadership projects, presentations and a portfolio. Leadership Fellows are chosen through a strict selection process by a committee that includes HCS Directors, HCS elementary and secondary principals, PEF Directors and Business Leaders.Download Overview
Participants are selected by a committee of HCS Directors, PEF Directors, and Business Leaders.Learn More
The PEF Leadership Fellows Initiative helps educators learn the skills to become good leaders, but it does not guarantee a position of leadership or promotion. The Hamilton County Department of Education selects and places all administrators in schools.