Mississippi EPFP's website to apply.
Mississippi EPFP provides
emerging leaders in education and related fields with the knowledge and
networks to advance the core issues of education policy. The program is a
critical resource for individuals, organizations, and the state to increase
knowledge about education policy and linkages between policy and practice.
Over a nine month commitment,
Fellows concentrate on three program strands: public policy, leadership, and
professional networking. Fellows will remain in their full-time positions and
use their environment as the context for examining important leadership and
policy issues in Mississippi.
MS EPFP 2014-15 Fellows on Hill Day at the Washington Policy Seminar
The program brings Fellows and
ideas together through a variety of onsite learning activities designed to
create a personal development laboratory for applying new insights and
cultivating new skills. Participants will hear and discuss education policy
with respected policymakers from across the state and nation. At the end of the
year, Fellows will be better informed,more skillful advocates for sound
Mississippi EPFP is co-sponsored by the John C. Stennis Institute of
Please contact Mississippi EPFP Site
Coordinator Tyson Elbert or visit http://sig.msstate.edu/epfp for additional information about the