NATIONAL ASPIRING PRINCIPALS FELLOWSHIP
at Bank Street Graduate School of Education
ONLINE PRINCIPAL CERTIFICATION AND MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAM
Inaugural cohort launching September 2023!
The Fellowship prepares full-time teachers like you to become the effective principals and change-makers your students deserve. Through our online principal certification program, you will acquire the skills and practices you need to be ready to lead from day one.
Don't wait! $20,000 scholarships will be awarded on a rolling basis to the first 50 accepted NYCPS applicants!
Why Choose the Fellowship?
Results you can count on: Built upon the the largest evidence-base of effective principal preparation in the country
Centered on equity: Designed to honor the experiences of educators of color and center culturally-responsive instruction to create schools where everyone thrives
Community of peers: Learn from expert principals and alongside educators who share your vision for education
For Full-Time Teachers: Fulfill your certification and residency requirements in your school, in your current role
Real-time Feedback: Monthly 1:1 coaching sessions support daily leadership practice so you're ready to lead from day one
Fast-track to certification: Pathways to principal certification in the Tri-state area in as little as 11-months
Network of support: Ongoing access to mentorship, coaching, leadership seminars and a national alumni community to support and sustain you
Hear from our fellows...
Priority Deadline for Early Admissions: June 30, 2023
Final Deadline: August 1, 2023
Classes Begin: September 6, 2023
One Fellowship. Two program tracks.
The Fellowship will offer its principal certification program with or without a master’s degree as a pathway to licensure in New York and New Jersey.
$20,000 scholarships will be awarded on a rolling basis to the first 50 accepted NYCPS applicants!
24 credit hours
Certification + Master's Track*
30 credit hours
*NYSED approval pending
A Program Design Centered in Equity
New Leaders Transformational Leadership Framework™ to develop effective, evidence-based leadership actions that are central to sustained school improvement and student success
Morehouse Center for Excellence in Education’s CANDLE Framework to enhance content focused on racial literacy, social justice, and culturally-responsive practice
Clark Atlanta University’s distinguished history and demonstrated expertise in preparing competent, autonomous, critical-thinking candidates for P12 schools, particularly those belonging to culturally and linguistically diverse groups
Bank Street Graduate School of Education leadership in teacher and principal preparation and the development of innovative practice in schools, childcare settings, and learning communities
Still have questions about the Fellowship?
Contact an Enrollment Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.