Do you have a passion for education and a desire to improve outcomes for all youth? Then apply to the Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP). EPFP prepares individuals for leadership roles in education and related fields at the local, state, and national levels.
The Community School Coordinators Network is a space for people who coordinate resources between their school and community to grow and strengthen their practice. The network functions for these leaders to connect, learn, and share resources.
Want to help improve policies, programs, and services for people with disabilities in Washington, DC? Apply to be a part of DC Advocacy Partners, DC's free advocacy and leadership training program for self-advocates and family members of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities!