Applications are now closed for the 2013 Global Teacher Fellowship Program. Announcements of the 2013 Fellows will be made in March 2013.
The Rural Trust's Global Teacher Fellowship program will be awarding up to 25 fellowships will be awarded in 2013 to support the professional and personal development of rural teachers.
The awards (up to $5,000 for individual teachers and $10,000 for a team of two or more teachers) support teachers’ participation in self-designed summer learning experiences and a two-day place-based learning institute in the fall following their summer experience.
Teachers are encouraged to center their learning in an international travel and study experience, out of which they develop interdisciplinary, place-based learning curricula aligned with their specific state and local content standards.
Eligibility: Any K–12 teacher working full-time and teaching at least 60% time in a rural community can apply for the fellowship. Counselors, media specialists, and other school personnel working in a teaching setting for at least 60% of their paid work time may also apply.
The Rural Trust defines a rural community by National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) locale codes: 32 (Town, Distant); 33 (Town, Remote); 41 (Rural, Fringe); 42 (Rural, Distant); or 43 (Rural, Remote). If your school is listed in one of these locale codes, you are eligible to apply. If your school or district is REAP eligible, you may also apply. For more details on eligibility, see the FAQs page.
Click any of the links below for information about the Summer 2013 Rural Teacher Global Fellowship program.
APPLICATION REVIEW AND AWARD NOTIFICATION TIMELINE
January 30, 2013: Application deadline
February 2013: Completion of selection process
March 2013: Notification of awards