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Massachusetts EPFP Coordinators
      Massachusetts EPFP Site Sponsoring Organization
Chad D'Entremont (EPFP 04-05)
Executive Director
Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy

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Laura Dziorny (EPFP 12-13)
Chief of Staff
Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy

More about Laura

       

 

Download 2017-18 Application (apply by June 23, 2017): PDF | Word

Download 2017-18 Brochure: PDF

Download 2017-18 Calendar: PDF

Since 1976, the Massachusetts EPFP has served over 400 individuals seeking to enhance their leadership and public policy knowledge and skills in education and related fields. Fellows are drawn from a variety of fields, including school principals and other school personnel, state and district leaders, and representatives of non-profit organizations. The program is organized around three major elements:

       Leadership: Through the EPFP experience, fellows learn about their own leadership style as well as models of leadership prominent in the education and human services fields.

       Public Policy: Fellows gain an understanding of the public policy context and process at the local, state, and national levels, including how they can impact policymaking.

       Building Professional Networks: Fellows have numerous opportunities to connect with other EPFP participants in Massachusetts as well as fellows in other state EPFP sites, facilitating information-sharing and career advancement.

 

Learn more about Massachusetts EPFP on their website.

 

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