Are you ready to lead data-driven decisions?
The Education Pioneers Analyst Fellowship places talented data-savvy professionals in mission-critical roles in school districts, charter management organizations, nonprofits, and other leading education organizations.
Complemented by professional development workshops, community service projects, networking and graduate school scholarship opportunities, our 10-month program provides Fellows with the exposure and access to launch a career in the education sector.
As an Analyst Fellow, you will consult for one-year on a mission-critical, data-driven project a leading education organization. Your work will help ensure every child receives a high-quality education. In the past, Analyst Fellows have:
- Utilized teacher evaluation data to create more effective and sustainable teacher retention and teacher recruitment strategies at the district level
- Consulted with school districts to help them better understand their budget resource allocations and student funding, at an education nonprofit
- Implemented business aligned technology solutions to improve a charter school’s operational model
- Led financial reporting and organizational efforts to drive operational efficiency and cost-effectiveness for a charter network
The Analyst Fellowship is a full-time, 10-month consulting assignment (September 2014-July 2015).
The Analyst Fellowship offers a $45,000 salary ($54K annualized), including health benefits.
Connect with the Analyst Fellowship recruiting team:
- Download the 2014 Analyst Fellowship recruitment brochure
- Attend an Analyst Fellowship recruiting event
- Follow us on the EP Recruiting Twitter feed
- Join our 2014 Facebook recruitment group
For all recruitment and admissions questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is critical for leaders in urban education to reflect the communities they serve. Education Pioneers actively recruits people of color for our Fellowship programs. We support equal opportunity for all people and strongly encourage people of color to apply to our Fellowship programs.
Analyst Fellowship Graduate School Partnerships
The Analyst Fellowship has graduate school partnerships that grant current Analyst Fellows and Analyst Fellow alumni who apply to their programs, some or all of, the following opportunities in each school’s respective admissions process:
- Waived application fee
- Merit-based scholarships
- Option to defer admission for a year
- Consideration for additional merit-based aid based on strength of application
Boston University’s School of Management Public & Nonprofit MBA focuses on management and leadership preparation in addressing critical social issues from, the operational, leadership, financial and entrepreneurial perspectives (view scholarship partnership information here). Learn more about the Public and Nonprofit MBA program at Boston University by attending an upcoming information session, visiting a class, or speaking with a current student. Registration information is available online at http://management.bu.edu/graduate/graduate-admissions/visit-options/.
George Washington University’s School of Business Global MBA provides flexibility in customizing your curriculum and creating a versatile skillset to address the areas of sustainability, globalization, ethical leadership and social responsibility on an international platform. You can view scholarship details by clicking on this link.
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business MBA program centers around a general management curriculum taught through the case method. Truly excelling in any industry, including education, requires a thorough understanding of all elements of business — from accounting to operations, communications to ethics, and politics to finance — and the ability to see strategically across all functions. UVA also offers a joint MBA/MEd degree which is designed for the next generation of education leaders. Learn more about Darden’s MBA program by attending an event.
The Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management MBA program is a two-year program offering rigorous curriculum with a core foundation of general management skills, career focused specializations and immersion learning. Owen prides itself on its collaborative community, leadership development, real-world curriculum and global perspective. At Owen you can take advantage of our Human and Organizational Performance program, ranked number four in the country. While attending Owen's distinctive program, you can participate in various education-sector opportunities including the Net Impact Club or working with Nashville's local school districts and education organizations. Students may also take classes at Vanderbilt's number one ranked Peabody College of Education. We'd like to get to know you and we want you to get to know us. Meet our admissions team on the road or visit us in Nashville. Find out if a Vanderbilt MBA is the right fit for you.