We have awarded all of the available funding for the Leonore Annenberg Teaching Fellowships. However, funding for teaching candidates in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics is still available through our state teaching fellowships programs. Please click here for more information.
Through the Leonore Annenberg Teaching Fellowship—the equivalent of a national “Rhodes Scholarship” for teaching—the Woodrow Wilson Foundation seeks to improve the rigor of new teacher selection; demonstrate what effective teacher preparation and retention looks like, particularly in high-need schools; and raise the prestige of the profession.
The Fellowship includes:
As part of their commitment to ensuring the success of students in high-need secondary schools, Fellows agree to teach for at least three years in an urban or rural school district.
The four partner institutions for the Annenberg Fellowship are (in alphabetical order):
Click here for further program details available on the Woodrow Web site.
Applications are available for the Annenberg Fellowships at Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Washington. For more information visit the partner university Web sites or email the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships staff.