PDK Now Accepting Applications for the 2013-2014 Emerging Leaders Program
Are you making an impact in K-12 or higher education? Are you a thought leader, an innovator, a problem solver, or someone who brings people together around a common plan to improve the educational lives of young people?
PDK wants people like you to apply for the 2013-2014 Emerging Leaders Program. Applicants are PDK members who have a track record of making a difference. They are also the next generation of education leaders; all applicants are age 40 or younger on June 18, 2013.
What the 2013-2014 Emerging Leaders Program Offers
Those who are selected as 2013-2014 Emerging Leaders come to Washington D.C. on December 5-7, 2013 to network with their cohort for that year and to speak with people who are making bold changes in the profession. PDK covers the cost of the Washington D.C. program, travel, and lodging up to a certain amount. The 2013-2014 Emerging Leaders will also have the opportunity to publish with PDK, and access to grant opportunities and international travel scholarships.
What Alumni Say About the Program
“It’s a great way to network. Through the program, I found people who have the same interests and goals.”
-Melissa Lime, Emerging Leader, 2010-2011
“You meet with principals, teachers, superintendents, and researchers. You learn what everyone is doing to approach a common problem. It makes you feel as if you are all in this together.”
-LaTonya Goffney, Emerging Leader 2012-2013
Donate to the Emerging Leaders Program
Make a donation to support the Emerging Leaders program. (Select Emerging Leaders Council Contribution on the donation page to direct your contribution to this program.)
Questions about the PDK Emerging Leaders program? Email email@example.com.