The foundation of this program is built upon the desire to connect schools and community partners towards their shared goal of creating a more sustainable society. Community partners help students become change makers and create tangible links and connections outside of their classrooms. We are thankful for our program and community partners!
Our partners form the backbone of this fellowship, coordinating PDs, lending expertise, and providing support for fellows.
Established in 1979, the Dow Chemical Company Foundation contributes to sustainable communities by supporting strategic philanthropic investments addressing the world’s most pressing challenges.
The University of Michigan School of Education's Center for Education Design, Evaluation, & Research (CEDER) advances equity and excellence in education by providing access to high quality design, evaluation, and research services through collaborations with university, school, and community partners.
Delta College prepares students for the careers of the future. They support the Saginaw, Midland, and Bay City areas with professional development and secondary degree opportunities.
We rely on these strategic partners to support our program design, professional development, and support fellows throughout their experience.
Dow Innovation Teacher Fellowship also partners with educational foundations, local businesses, and non-profits in participating districts to support teacher fellows with their sustainability projects.