EPFP Requirements and Qualifications
- Have a long-term interest in developing and implementing policy that affects student success.
- Current work record in K-12, higher education, and/or education policymaking demonstrates your strong leadership potential.
- Want to expand your network in California and across the nation to accomplish your professional goals.
- Have a bachelor’s/graduate degree and a full-time professional position with some demonstrated work experience.
- Have the endorsement of your employing organization.
Your commitment if you were to be accepted as an EPFP Fellow are to:
- Participate in three mandatory, intensive weekend seminars
- Participate in the Washington Policy Seminar in Washington, DC in March 2024
- Complete a team project
- Share your experience and knowledge with other Fellows through presentations, class discussions and class projects.
Your employer’s commitment in supporting your participation is to:
- Accommodate EPFP meetings by allowing release time from work, although the requested time away from work is minimal (typically the Friday of each of three intensive weekend seminars).
The EPFP program connects people across roles and systems to advance equitable opportunities and outcomes for students. All applications submitted for the 2023-2024 year will be considered based on requirement and qualification criteria. The 2022-23 program is now in process.
Applications for the 2023-24 EPFP program are currently on hold. Please check back for further announcements or subscribe to our EPFP mailing list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information regarding the 2023-2024 EPFP Cohort will be provided soon.
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