I had the opportunity to catch up with five of the alumni we placed in internships this summer to hear about how their internship experiences have impacted their career journeys.
One of our KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship sessions is focused on building an internal leadership pipeline. Check out five key steps to make it happen at your school.
In this blog series, we’ll be highlighting teams and family across our network doing exemplary work making a difference in their communities and beyond. If you have an act of gratitude that you would like to share from your region email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to feature it!
Miguel Reyna, KIPP Nashville Alum reflects on his experience being a Goldberg scholar.
Patrick Jones and Tina Seymour from The Mind Trust write about what they have learned during the KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship (KLDF).
KIPP is looking for applicants for its seventh KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship (KLDF), a six-month program designed for senior leaders of public-school districts, charter school systems, and leadership training organizations to provide intensive training on KIPP’s leadership development model.
Having the opportunity to intern in DC with KIPP’s unyielding support meant the world to me and I know the experiences and skills that I gained working in Congress will make an incredible difference in my personal and professional life going forward.