NEA Foundation invites all public school educators all over the world to apply for the NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship 2024. The fellowship aims to help educators to enhance their perspective globally and be fellows who can contribute their knowledge and skills to the community and to their home country.
NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship intended for public school educators aims to develop their skills and knowledge to integrate global ability into their day-to-day homeroom guidance, advocate for global capability in their schools and districts, and assist students with flourishing in our undeniably interconnected world. Colleagues change their homerooms to give students a global point of view.
Throughout the span of a year, NEA Foundation Global Learning Colleagues drench themselves in web-based coursework, online classes, perusing and reflection as well as in a two-day proficient workshop and a worldwide field study. The field study unites the accomplice to research the verifiable and social setting of the country they visit and find out about its education system through gatherings with nonprofit leaders, businesses, and policymakers as well as visits to schools to meet educators, students, and directors. The NEA Foundation accomplices with EF Educational Visits, a global leader in worldwide education, to plan groundbreaking field study encounters for fellows. The field study country for 2024 will be held in Costa Rica.
Fellowship Provider: NEA Foundation
About the Provider
NEA Foundation is an independent public charitable association established by educators to advance the very best in public education.
The NEA Foundation is a public nonprofit and philanthropic association situated in Washington, DC. Established by educators, their main goal is to work in an organization with others to advance the very best in public education. They accept that the most imaginative and powerful arrangements and systems exude from educators participating in real organizations with policymakers, students, guardians, and other people who are focused on educational value, greatness, and opportunity. Through the extraordinary force of these associations, they accept and can work on the improvements of the students and the community’s educational encounters.
Since it started in 1969, the Foundation has filled in as a research facility of learning, offering subsidizing and different assets to public school educators, their schools, and districts to settle complex teaching and learning difficulties. They accept that when educators release their own power, thoughts, and voices, networks, schools, and students all advantage. The NEA Foundation imagines schools as spots that encourage both educators’ and students’ affection for learning, empowering both to succeed. The foundation additionally imagines education as one of the children’s rights.
They perceive that the acknowledgment of this vision will require thorough teaching and learning at each educational level; fair and simple educational assets and practices; an enthusiasm for students’ and educators’ full character, and physical, social, and emotional well-being; the destruction of racism, bias, and negative inclinations or mentalities; and both the public and policymakers’ receptiveness to development and change.
- Applicant’s Nationality: International
- Degree Level: Any level
- Field: History, education, and culture
- Number of Awards: Maximum of 51 fellows
- Duration: 12 months
- Year Session: 2023-2024
- Awards: Travel, meals, and accommodation
- Country: Costa Rica
- Renewable: No
- Offered Annually: Yes
The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship is devoted to guaranteeing diversity in the candidate pool and the chosen companion of educators. This also includes the diversity for race/identity, orientation, geographic area, subject/grade levels educated, global experience, and span of teaching careers.
Ideal candidates are those educators who have a well-established enthusiasm for progressing global capability and planning for students to flourish in the interconnected global age, particularly the people who are in their global skill venture.
Candidates will be eligible if:
- They are currently employed as classroom educators having responsibilities with creating their lesson plans and teaching and learning to k12 students in public schools.
- Candidates must have 3 or more years of teaching experience
- Must be a member of NEA
- Over 12 months, the fellows will be supported by NEA Foundation staff, accomplices, and other field specialists, as they work through roughly 160 hours of expert development.
- This will also support a two-monthly online course with going with readings and reflections, a two-day proficient improvement conference in October, and a completion of a capstone project that permits learning from the fellowship to be imparted to educators past the program. These professional improvement hours may possibly be utilized to satisfy school/district prerequisites.
To apply for the fellowship program, interested candidates must create an account in an online portal provided by the foundation.
Aside from completing the application which includes completing personal information, the applicants will be asked a few questions required to completely answer before the submission:
- What separates you from different educators who are additionally intrigued by global learning?
- If you have had insight into comparative projects, what will create this opportunity different for yourself as well as your students?
- How might you impart your experience to partners who probably won’t approach similar opportunities? Or on the other hand even similar interests?
- How have you encouraged global reasoning in your homeroom without discussing travel?
- How will you help the students to care about global issues or the world?
Keep in mind that the application might require a few materials to support your application.
After the deadline, the fellowship committee will be evaluating all the submitted application forms. All applicants will be notified through their registered email address, it is the applicant’s responsibility to monitor their email for their application status.
The NEA Foundation will be covering the following:
- Meal cost
- Personal Development Activities
The successful fellows are required to update their passports and secure a leave from school if needed.
Deadline for Application
The deadline to complete and submit the application is until April 1, 2023.