2024-25 Kenan Fellows Announced During National Teacher Appreciation Week

The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership at N.C. State University is excited to announce the selection of 38 K-12 educators from North Carolina public schools as 2024-25 Kenan Fellows.

These educators, from 24 school districts across the state, represent diverse grade levels and subject areas including math, science, foreign language and general education.

The Kenan Fellows Program offers teachers immersive summer experiences in industry and research settings and supports them in turning this industry exposure into instructional resources and programs for their schools, districts, and communities.

As part of their fellowship, Kenan Fellows will spend three weeks collaborating with local experts in STEM fields including agriculture, scientific research and clean energy. They will receive a $5,000 stipend and participate in 80 hours of professional development focused on innovative teaching, building leadership capacity, and strengthening connections between their schools and the local community.