Applications are now live as we search for six educators to join a new K-12 Fellowship scheduled to begin in April 2023!
All educators committed to teaching the humanities, including media specialists, librarians, curriculum specialists, after-school specialists, and home school teachers, are encouraged to apply.
Our use of the term “educator” encompasses anyone who is committed to creating inclusive learning experiences in a K-12 classroom. The cohort will consist of educators from across the state and will bring a wide range of humanities curriculum focus, from the elementary level to the high school level, allowing them to design new learning experiences that are easily accessible for both a physical classroom and remote use.
These fellowships are made possible by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
The deadline to apply for a K-12 educator fellowship is March 3, 2023. Information about future fellowships will be posted here when available.
To learn more and apply, visit the following link: