About Us

Current Post-Baccalaureate Fellows

2014-2016 Fellows 

 Leandra Fernandez

Application Process for Carnegie Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship

Application Procedures

The application process for 2014-2016 Fellows has concluded. Please check back in January for the application materials for the 2015-2017 cohort of Fellows.

You will be asked to submit the follow items:

Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship

The Carnegie Foundation Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship introduces recent college graduates to quality improvement work in education through an intensive two-year program. Fellows receive broad exposure to the current work of the Foundation, while working closely with a mentor to contribution to a particular program of work. Fellows will gain a range of professional skills in the areas of education policy, quality improvement, collaborative networks, analytic writing, and group facilitation.

Tree of Knowledge: Carnegie's Logo

Click on the play button below to watch a brief explanation of Carnegie's logo. (Note: the video also has sound.)


Sorry, there are no openings at this time. It is the policy and practice of The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to provide equal opportunity in employment to all employees and applicants. The Foundation strongly values, encourages and promotes diversity throughout the organization. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

Foundation History

Andrew CarnegieFounded by Andrew Carnegie in 1905 and chartered in 1906 by an act of Congress, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has a long and distinguished history. It is an independent policy and research center, whose primary activities of research and writing have resulted in published reports on every level of education. Eight presidents have guided the Foundation through its history, each bringing unique shape to its work.

President's Message

Anthony S. Bryk

At its heart, Carnegie has always been an institution whose thinking and actions have been organized around teaching and those who teach. Our work today continues that tradition, deeply involving faculty and others in the co-creation by teams from 30 colleges on two new pathways to help students succeed in developmental mathematics.