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Ohio EPFP Coordinators

Ohio EPFP Site Sponsoring

Organization

Deborah E. Morin (EPFP 82-83)
Director
The Center for Educational Leadership
Cleveland State University

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Rene T. Molenaur (EPFP 17-18)
Coordinator
Educational Leadership & Policy Analyst
Center for Educational Leadership
Cleveland State University
216.687.9216


Center for Educational Leadership at Cleveland State University

   


Ohio EPFP

The Ohio site of the Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP) is sponsored by the Center for Educational Leadership at Cleveland State University (CSU). 

The Ohio EPFP welcomes applications from individuals who have recognized leadership abilities and who have an interest in education and public policy.

Participants in EPFP hold full-time positions in diverse organizations at the local, state, and national levels. Fellows are supported by their employing agencies and use their work environments as the context for examining important leadership and policy issues. Through EPFP, employers are rewarded with better informed and more skillful employees. In addition, the critical mass of EPFP alumni constitutes a strong network for reform.


Ohio 2018-2019 EPFP Fellows with Guest Speaker Dr. Linda Darling- Hammond and Dr. Sajit Zachariah, Dean of CSU's College of Education & Human Services, 

The program will be an interactive leadership development and policy making program that will incorporate the highest quality learning opportunities such as seminars, lectures, literature reviews, and relevant travel.

Individuals in the Ohio EPFP may elect to earn graduate credit through the College of Education and Human Services at CSU. It is expected that Ohio's EPFP graduates will create a strong and sustainable network of leaders engaged in their professions and expanded communities.

 

Eligibility and Selection Process:

EPFP Invites your application if you have:

  1. A commitment to personal and professional development on behalf of children and youth
  2. A track record for making things happen-inside and across agencies/organizations
  3. Substantive work experiences
  4. A bachelor's degree or above
  5. A full-time professional position
  6. The endorsement and financial support of your employing organization

Please submit your application with the following materials:

  • Resume
  • Brief (150-250 word Biography that will be shared with CSU staff, facilitators, and other Fellows
  • Interest Letter outlining how EPFP will help you achieve personal and professional goals
  • Sponsor Endorsement Form (click here to download form)
  • Recommendation Letter from your supervisor or employing agency representative


Please email center_edleadership@csuohio.edu or click here for more information

 

Please click here to apply



 

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