About the Program
Achieving equity and excellence nationwide requires the insight of tough and talented leaders from both K–12 and higher education, including classroom educators, administrators, counselors, researchers, advocates, and policymakers. The College Board Professional Fellowship Program identifies, supports, and rewards the work of rising thought leaders in education. College Board Fellows are outstanding professionals who have a track record of working effectively to close achievement and attainment gaps in their schools, colleges, and communities. These Fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and points of view.
College Board Fellows are outstanding professionals with less than ten years experience in the field, who have a track record of effectively closing achievement and attainment gaps in their schools, colleges, and communities. Fellows share a potential for professional growth and leadership. By highlighting and supporting these leaders, the College Board seeks to foster the next generation of national education leaders, and support their essential work of propelling all students forward to success.
The application is now closed. Announcements will be made in August 2018.
For more information about the Fellowship Program, please send us an e-mail.
Benefits of the Fellowship
Fellows will receive:
- A one-time award of $5,000 to provide additional support to sustain ongoing, high-impact efforts
- Placement in a formal mentorship program
- Funding to attend the College Board Forum
Meet the 2018 College Board Fellows
Fellowships were awarded to the following outstanding educators, scholars, and community leaders.
Amanda R. Cheromiah
Instructor & Coordinator, Native SOAR
University of Arizona
College & Career Readiness Officer
Houston Independent School District
Jose T. Martinez
Colonial High School
Assistant Director, Multicultural Academic Support
University of Central Florida
Cidra M. Sebastien
Associate Executive Director
The Brotherhood/ Sister Sol
Associate Dean of Students & Director of Multicultural Student Affairs
Rules and Regulations
The College Board is not responsible for a Fellow’s compliance with applicable laws or rules, and participating in this program does not constitute an offer of a gift where prohibited. Fellows will be required to verify that they are eligible to receive this benefit under state or local ethics laws. The College Board reserves the right to determine that applicable state or local law precludes acceptance of this benefit and refuse to award. An alternative Fellow will then be selected.
Employees of the College Board and their relatives are not eligible to apply. This includes relatives established by blood, marriage, or other legal action, including spouse (legal or common law); domestic partner; brother and sister; grandparent and grandchildren; parent and children (natural, step, or adopted); father-, mother-, sister-, and brother-in-law; nieces and nephews; uncles and aunts; and first cousins).