Important Spring Application Update!

Currently applications are closed and we will not have programing in the fall but we’re excited that you’re creating something awesome in your community and can’t wait to get to know more about you! We do expect to open applications again in the Fall for Spring 2020 fellowships and will leave the interest form open- complete it if you want to hang!

While stepping back from running fellowships, we’re creating a series of open source playbooks that can help you get started or maintain momentum in your community. The playbooks are packed with lessons we have picked up from our work with alumni across the country over the past eight years and when you complete this interest form, you can also sign up to receive the playbooks when we hit publish.

If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to reach out to someone from our team. You’ll find our contact info on the team page.
We can’t wait to get to know you!

The 4.0 Schools Team

Fellowship Interest Form

Fill out the interest form to tell us more about yourself, opt into application support and stay up to date on all things 4.0. Our fellowship application is currently closed but we’ll be sure to notify you when applications open.
  • This is the email address you will continue to use for personal matters in the foreseeable future.
  • This is the branded email for the organization you will work on as a part of a 4.0 fellowship.
  • Tell us a little about you

    We think of 4.0 as a community more than anything. In this section, we're interested in getting to know more about your life experiences and what you've been up to.
  • Tell us a little about your venture

    Use the questions below to help paint a picture that prepares us to jump on coaching calls or choose resources that best align with your needs.
  • Use the fields below to share where your venture primarily takes place.
  • In our fellowships, we like to start by learning more about the core pieces of your work. We want to know who you are (or will be) working with (users can be; parents, students, etc.), the problem your idea solves, and how (a description of your solution.)

    Here's an example of a statement that explains this: Parents of young children need a way to more effectively read with their children; Parents as Partners accomplishes this by providing annotated books to parents with detailed instructions on engaging questions to ask while reading.

    Use the box below to build your own.

  • We expect to have these ready to ship by the end of this semester (July).