To provide assistance to graduate students in the College of Education with a preference for students who are members or disenfranchised and underserved communities, including communities of color, and who aspire to become public K-12 school principals, superintendents, and education leaders.
Graduate students, with a preference for students who are members of disenfranchised, and underserved communities, including communities of color, and who aspire to become public K-12 school teachers.
Please use Martinez Fellowship criteria w/ 3 year committment in high-need WA state public school. (Consider: Graduate students seeking to become teachers, preference to economically disadvantaged backgrounds, first in family, and/or students with a deep experience in diversity, or with diverse cultures, a genuine commitment to serve in economically disadvantaged communities). Fellows will participate with Martinez Fellows.
To support qualified underrepresented minorities with financial need who are entering TEP or starting their Special Education Initial Certification. Special consideration will be given for first generation students.