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KEA Fellows Program - Building Emerging Leadership across the State
The KEA Fellows Program was created in 2013 to foster and mentor emerging leaders in our association. At KEA, we believe that we must continue to grow our own leaders. In order to be the “preeminent voice in public education” in Kentucky, it is imperative that we are guided by energetic and passionate leaders who understand the mission and vision of KEA and can articulate the value of great public schools.
Becoming a KEA Fellow involves a commitment not only of spirit but of time. Fellows will be mentored by the KEA Executive Committee and immersed in learning the duties and responsibilities of KEA Leadership. Fellows will have the opportunity to attend local, state, and national experiences in the association. There will be an emphasis on studying leadership styles and opportunities to foster and develop those styles.
Please check back on May 1st, 2017 for the new application for the 2017-2018 school year.
A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. —John Maxwell