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.
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 Schools selects and places all administrators in schools.