Apply to the Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program by Sept. 1; Priority deadline is Aug. 15

Interested individuals may apply to the Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program by Sept. 1. For priority consideration and a discounted rate, apply before Aug. 15.

The Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP™), a program of the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL), is a nationally recognized fellowship program that engages a diverse and collaborative community of strategic leaders to promote equitable education policy. The Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program (MS-EPFP) site is hosted in partnership with IEL. For 25 years, the MS-EPFP has been bringing individuals together to advance equitable policies for Mississippi’s students. Housed at the Social Science Research Center at MSU, MS-EPFP creates meaningful opportunities for Fellows to come together to learn about education policy. Over a nine-month commitment, Fellows concentrate on three program strands: policy, leadership, and networking.

MS-EPFP Fellows are professionals who have a direct interest in education policy from early childhood through higher education and workforce development. This includes administrators, educators, higher education professionals, individuals from non-profit, community-based, and business organizations and social service agencies.

Please consider sharing this opportunity with others in your organization. For more information, contact Amanda Tullos at

To learn more and apply: MS Education Policy Fellowship Information and Application Link