On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Kenan Fellows will celebrate #GivingTuesday, a national movement focused on giving back during the holiday season.
With your support, Kenan Fellows will continue to create fellowship opportunities for teachers to improve their practice, develop as leaders, and bridge STEM at work with STEM in school.
Did you know that 92 percent of Kenan Fellows stay in education at least five years after completing the program? With your help, we can continue to serve educators and their students, and help retain highly-effective teachers by engaging them in strong communities of practice.
Here are some ways you can help?
- Make a gift to our program. Click here to make a donation.
- Help us get the word out. Use our Twitter handle @kenanfellows and the hashtag #GivingTuesday to encourage others to give and advocate.
- Share your Kenan Fellows Program story on social media using pictures or words to describe how the program has impacted you.
Founded in 2000, the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership addresses the critical need for high-quality professional development for educators, and is the largest (science, technology, engineering and math) STEM-focused teacher leadership program in North Carolina.
Approximately 50 outstanding K–12 teachers from across the state are selected annually for this year-long program. Key components are a three-week summer internship with a mentor in a research or applied STEM setting, and 80 hours of professional development that builds leadership capacity and promotes curricular design bridging STEM at work with STEM at school.