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Sarah Brady | January 14, 2019

Through the NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship, K-12 public school educators develop the knowledge and skills to integrate global competency into their daily classroom instruction, advocate for global competency in their schools and districts and help students to thrive in our increasingly interconnected world. Fellows transform their classrooms to give students a global perspective.

NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows participate in a 12-month professional development program that includes in-person workshops, online coursework, webinars by leading experts, peer learning and an international field study experience.

The yearlong, fully-funded Fellowship includes:

  • An online course in teaching global competence
  • A two-day professional development workshop in Washington, D.C. (Fall 2019)
  • Webinars discussing global issues
  • A nine-day international field study to Peru (Summer 2020)
  • Learn more and apply today at

Learn more about the Fellowship here.

The deadline to apply is February 4, 2019.