• Apollo 20 Fellows

    Who we are
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    Who We Look For
    We look for individuals who show leadership potential and a passion for changing the lives of students for the better. Our fellows are highly motivated individuals who come from a diverse range of backgrounds with an array of career interests. Whether a recent college graduate or working professional, all fellows work relentlessly toward our mission of cultivating the leaders of tomorrow by ensuring all students receive an excellent education today. 

    - Bachelor's Degree or min of 60+ credit hours
    - Demonstrated proficiency in math 
    - A desire to help at-risk students succeed
    - One-year service commitment  


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  •  Your Role
    As one of the most integral parts of the Apollo 20 Program, fellows have many important responsibilities including: 
    •  Preparing exciting instructional activities that allow students an opportunity to master key skills.
    •  Monitoring students performance regularly and recording data to track student achievement. 
    •  Collaborating with the program coordinator and a team of fellows to ensure each student is on track for success. 
    •  Partnering with families to support students' progress.
    •  Enforcing school and district rules and policies. 
    See what a day in the life
    of a Fellow looks like HERE!