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The Fellowship combines New Leaders 20+ years of proven effective principal preparation expertise with equity-focused scholarship from pre-eminent, minority-serving institutions to offer a pathway to licensure in over 40 states.
Graduate Ready to Lead and Advance Equity in Schools
With the Fellowship, you will exercise leadership before stepping into the principal role. Monthly personalized coaching sessions, combined with a principal residency and cohort-based learning, enable you to learn from current and former principals and alongside peers who share your vision and values. Complete our eligibility check to find out more about the specific program(s) available to you.
The Fellowship is designed for full-time teachers. While classes are in session, fellows can expect to dedicate 10-12 hours a week to the program including one weekly synchronous session and one monthly personal coaching session. Complete our eligibility check to find out more about the specific program(s) available to you.
Monthly payment plans are available for all individuals enrolled in the Fellowship. In addition, candidates for the Master’s + Certification Track are eligible for federal financial aid and are required to submit a FAFSA. Financial aid is orchestrated solely by the university enrollment partner. Complete our to find out what financial aid opportunities are available for you.
Our Fellows Are Graduating Ready to Lead
Results You Can Count On
New Leaders has the most effective approach to principal development in the country. Multiple independent evaluations have proven that in schools led by a New Leaders principal:
We look forward to following up with important information about the Fellowship shortly.
*Administrator credential requirements are at all times subject to the applicable requirements of the credentialing state. Individuals are encouraged to review the credentialing and reciprocity requirements of their state. All credentialing determinations are made by the credentialing state; accordingly, New Leaders cannot guarantee any individual an administrator credential at any time.