Apply

You are encouraged to apply if:

  • Your work record in K-12, higher education, education policymaking, and/or education research/advocacy demonstrates strong leadership potential.
  • You have a long-term interest in developing and implementing policy that affects student success.
  • You want to expand your network in California and across the nation to accomplish your professional goals.
  • You have a bachelor's degree and/or graduate degree and a full-time professional position with substantive work experience.
  • You have the endorsement of your employing organization.

Applications for the 2018-19 cohort will be available here in spring 2018. If you're interested in receiving a note when the applications are available, please send an email to epfp@csus.edu.

Jodi Lewis
California EPFP co-director
Jodi.lewis@csus.edu
916.278.3936

Terra Thorne
California EPFP co-director
Terra.thorne@csus.edu
916.278.7249

At a Glance

California EPFP 2016–17

Seminar 1: October 21-23, 2016, Kellogg West, Pomona
Confirmed speakers: Patrick M. CallanGary K. Hart, and Carl A. Cohn
Seminar 2: February 24-26, 2017, Asilomar, Pacific Grove
Confirmed speakers: Lande Ajose, Michael Kirst, Katie Hern, Rick Miller
Washington Policy Seminar: April 23-26, 2017, Washington, DC
Seminar 3: June 2-4, 2017, Granlibakken, Tahoe
Confirmed speakers: Pamela Burdman, Tessa Carmen De Roy, Robert Gabriner, Cindy Kazanis, Jorge Ruiz de Velasco, Paul Steenhausen

For more information:
Jodi Lewis, California EPFP co-director
Jodi.lewis@csus.edu
916.278.3936

Terra Thorne, California EPFP co-director
Terra.thorne@csus.edu
916.278.7249

Applications for the 2018-19 cohort will be available here in spring 2018. If you're interested in receiving a note when the applications are available, please send an email to epfp@csus.edu.

2016-17 California EPFP Fellows