An Experience That Lasts

Through EP, Fellows launch and advance high-impact careers in education, and with ongoing access and opportunities to collaborate with and learn from a national network of 4,500+ Alumni, the EP experience lasts far beyond the 10 weeks or months of your Fellowship.

We are building a future where the EP network is the fabric through which Alumni are connecting, learning, and being inspired to drive change collaboratively with one another and with other leaders in education. Imagine the potential for collective change for kids and communities when EP Alumni come together -- they have the talent to transform.

Read on to learn how you can be part of the transformation and what opportunities are available for you as a member of our Alumni network.

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Network Connections

Connect

2

Leadership Development

Learn

3

Support Future Fellows

Support


Network Connections

Whether seeking a first post-Fellowship job, switching sectors or functions, or aiming to reconnect with your fellow Pioneers, the Alumni network is here for you! Access the network via the tools below so you can proactively achieve your personal and professional aspirations.

  • Alumni Directory / Reconnect with your fellow EP Alumni, learn about their current roles, update your job and contact information, and more via our new Alumni Directory

  • EP Insider / Our national e-newsletter exclusively for Alumni contains job opportunities, Alumni highlights, and other EP updates. If you aren't receiving the EP Insider or want to share updates for us to feature, email Thalia Tirado.

  • Job Board / Post your résumé and search hundreds of education sector jobs on the Exchange job board.

  • Local Alumni Boards / Connect with the chairs of your local Alumni Board for chances to engage with local Pioneers and learn more about the education sector in your city. 

Boston

Chicago

DC

Denver

New York

San Francisco Bay Area

Andrea Wolfe

Anna Braet

Mary Katherine Holder

Jen Ciok

Patricia Coly

Jess Mardo

Matt Cuozzo

Tavie Clay

Stephanie Short

Cameron Carrington

Joel Scott

Mercedes Forrest

Aarti Bhatnagar 

Dorian Mastrogany

  • LinkedIn

    • Check out EP's LinkedIn group to connect with thousands of education leaders, funders, and other stakeholders.

    • Add your EP Fellowship to your LinkedIn profile to make it easy for fellow Pioneers to spot your EP affiliation! Below is a template you can use:

EP Fellow at Partner Organization Name

Education Pioneers [list us as your organization]

City, State

Dates

Selected from thousands of top graduate students and professionals for the Education Pioneers leadership development program. Completed high-impact project for [Partner Organization] and participated in leadership, networking, and education industry professional development.
  • Key impact 1, with metrics where possible
  • Key impact 2, with metrics where possible
  • Key impact 3, with metrics where possible

Leadership Development

Throughout your career, EP is here to help you continue growing your leadership skills. Whether you’re ready for board service, looking to be a thought partner or advance your human capital skills, we’re ready to support you.

Current opportunities include:

  • Launch or join an EP Alumni Board / Email Thalia Tirado to learn more.

  • Thought Partner / Help us learn, evaluate, and evolve our program to better serve a continuously changing education sector by providing feedback on programming, our model, and future plans through focus groups led by our Program Team. Email Thalia Tirado to learn more.

  • Emerging Human Capital Leaders Initiative (EHCLI) / Run in partnership by the Urban Schools Human Capital Academy (USHCA) and EP, we’re committed to developing the next generation of human capital leaders to transform education by focusing on the people that make a difference in students’ lives.


Support Future Fellows

No one knows better than our Alumni the potential of an EP experience and the value of our network. As an EP Alum you're uniquely positioned to support future Fellows in their quest to build leadership skills and impact the education sector. Whether you have the time, talent, or treasure to help out, there is a broad spectrum of ways you can pay it forward to potential Pioneers:

TIME

  • Volunteer to support with recruitment, selection, and onboarding of prospective EP Fellows, including leading campus presentations, interviewing candidates, and sharing your EP experience with candidates. You can read more here and sign-up to help. 

  • Serve as an Alumni Advisor for Fellowship cohorts. Opportunities available for both Summer and Impact Fellowships. The role includes planning community events and being a bridge to the local Alumni community for current Fellows. Email Thalia Tirado to learn more.

  • Support EP's work in your region and connect with other local leaders and champions through our Alumni Boards in the Bay, Boston, Chicago, DC, Denver, and NYC. Email Thalia Tirado to learn more.

TALENT

  • Participate in (or lead!) workshops and convenings to share your work and perspective with current EP Fellows. Email Brianne Stuard to learn more.

  • Host an EP Fellow at your own organization or email Gerald Fanion, III to connect us to potential Partners who need EP Fellows. 

  • Tell us about the important and impactful work you’re doing. Submit your Impact Story.

TREASURE