Jun 25, 2010

Education Pioneers Taps Grad Students from NYU, Harvard and Other Leading Schools

Education Pioneers of Oakland, Calif., a network of education leaders and entrepreneurs, has announced the recruitment of a record number of applicants from top graduate programs across the country. Under a highly selective admissions process, approximately 300 graduate students out of nearly 2,500 applicants were chosen to participate in the 2010 Summer Graduate School Fellowship Program - an acceptance rate of just over 10 percent. The program includes a summer position with a leading education organization as well as peer support and rigorous training on the challenges of K-12 education.

The national non-profit organization mobilizes top graduate students and provides them with an opportunity to launch a career in education. Through its summer fellowship program, Education Pioneers prepares its Fellows to become leaders in the field through high-impact work experience, training, and access to a robust network in the public education sector.

Education Pioneers recruits select graduate students in business, policy, law, and education from top universities, including Harvard, New York University, Columbia, Duke, Georgetown, and Stanford. Nearly 70 percent of the Fellows in the 2010 class have between three to six years of career and professional experience. Prior work experience includes major companies such as Google, McKinsey & Company, Harlem Children's Zone, Goldman Sachs, and Boeing. In addition, nearly 50 percent of Education Pioneers Fellows in the 2010 class are people of color.

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