Charter Leader Fellowship

Overview

Preparing future charter leaders to lead the change.

School Empowerment Network (SEN) is partnering with the Walton Family Foundation to launch our third cohort of the SEN Charter Leader Fellowship to recruit, select, and develop transformational educators to open high-performing New York City charter schools, offering students from underresourced communities additional quality school options that prepare all students for success in college, careers, and the competitive world beyond.

WHY APPLY?

Founding a new school through the SEN Charter Leader Fellowship provides a unique opportunity to implement a distinct vision for serving NYC’s students and families and offers an unparalleled educational leadership experience. Participants in the program will receive high level support over the course of three years from SEN’s experienced principal coaches and partner organizations. We provide our future leaders through three distinct phases:

HOW TO APPLY

To be considered for SEN’s Charter Leader Fellowship, please complete our online application. SEN encourages experienced teacher leaders, assistant principals, principals and educational professionals who have a strong school vision and are passionate about student achievement to apply to open a charter school in the 2019- 2020 school year. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, with the aim to identify 8-14 high-quality leaders by EARLY SUMMER 2017 to enter the Application Support phase in SUMMER 2017.

Click below to LEARN HOW TO APPLY or NOMINATE A CANDIDATE.

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Questions about our program or application process should be directed to David Negron at David.Negron@SchoolEmpowermentNetwork.org. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or to request a call to further discuss your interest in founding a charter school!