This is an intensive personal and professional development opportunity for those who believe our children deserve equitable access to educational opportunities. We are seeking changemakers: Latino education leaders with 5-13 years of professional experience from across the educational sector. We are cultivating a pipeline of Latino education leaders not traditionally brought together, to work through real-time problems of practice in this fast-paced immersive experience.

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Before you complete your application, please have the following documents ready to upload.

  • 2 Short Answer Responses – Please observe word limits and upload your responses in .doc format only.
    • What is the most pressing challenge faced by Latino families in accessing quality education? (500-word limit)
    • What brings you to this work? In your experiences, what has shaped your beliefs about education? (300-word limit)
  • Résumé (2-page max.) – Please format in .doc or .pdf


Applications are open for the 2020 cohort. Applicants should prepare short-answer responses in advance of completing the application and verify they meet the eligibility requirements.


Priority Deadline: Monday, April 20, 2020
Final Deadline: Monday, May 25, 2020


Select applicants will be invited to participate in a phone interview and reference checks will be completed before final cohort decisions are made.

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The fellowship is a highly-selective, immersive opportunity deeply rooted in cohort-based experiences. Therefore, attendance at all retreats and monthly, day-long trainings is mandatory. Selected candidates must notify their direct supervisor about these absences and submit a Manager’s Participation Agreement in order to matriculate.

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Know someone who would be a strong candidate for this fellowship? Submit a nomination today! Nominations are not required, but are encouraged for applicants.

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For any additional questions about the program, please contact Sylvia (Zelaya) Vieira, Program Manager of Massachusetts at