Showing posts with label teaching fellowship. Show all posts
Showing posts with label teaching fellowship. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Cool Fellowships for Teachers

One of the coolest professional development opportunities that I know of is the Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program. It is an annual program administered by National Geographic. This unique professional development program, open to teachers in the U.S. and Canada takes teachers on field work expeditions to interesting places all over the world. Some of the places teachers could go through the program include Antarctica, the Galapagos Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and Norway.


Applications are now being accepted. Your complete application is due by January 5th. The application process is not one that you can complete at the last minute. You need reference letters and you need to make a video. So if you think that you are interested, get started on your application today.

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Apply Now for a National Geographic Teaching Adventure

Every year National Geographic Education seeks applicants for the Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program. This program, open to teachers in the U.S. and Canada takes teachers on field work expeditions to interesting places all over the world. Some of the places teachers could go through the program include Antarctica, the Galapagos Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and Norway.

Applications are due by January 3rd. You can get read a set of program FAQs here and see a sample application here. The program is limited to 3,000 applicants so click here to apply today.