WHERE WE WORK
The vision of the Green Fellowship was to attract top talent educators to cities looking for teachers highly motivated to make a big impact on their community.
The Fellowship currently operates in four regions: Kansas City, Baton Rouge, Providence, and Indianapolis. These cities are chosen for a reason, as mid-size markets, Fellows have the opportunity to make a BIG impact in these close-knit communities.
Our founding region, Kansas City was where the Green Fellowship was born. Green Fellows work as leaders in over 15 schools and positions that range from early childhood to school administration. Kansas City is a small city with big city amenities that continues to defy expectations.
With the state capital, Baton Rouge, as its urban center, surrounded by incredible rural communities, South Louisiana is uniquely positioned to show how educational equity can be achieved throughout a diverse group of communities. As leaders across multiple sectors organize around the common goal of strengthening literacy across all contents and grade levels, South Louisiana is poised to achieve immense growth.
Rhode Island is perhaps best known for its miles of coastline and centuries of history. As one of the oldest cities in the nation, Providence, Rhode Island’s capital, continues to function as a cultural hub of greater New England. Today, in addition to its sandy shores and autumn leaves, Rhode Island is renowned for its diverse and delicious cuisine, vibrant communities, and a culture of arts and innovation. Rhode Island is a small state, but it packs a big personality.
Our newest region: the state capital of Indiana and plays host to the world-renowned Indy 500 motor race each May. Aside from big events and speeding race cars, Indy is filled with plenty of green space, glistening waterways and remarkable memorials, making for a charmingly picturesque city.