20 Fellows Join NC State College of Education’s Principal Preparation Programs
The NC State College of Education announced the selection of 20 educators into its principal preparation programs. Fellows will complete the two-year Master of School Administration Program while serving in local schools.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Patrick Holmes ’12 MSA
NC State College of Education helped Patrick Holmes '12 MSA grow in his understanding of school and instructional leadership so he could put his best foot forward as principal of South Elementary School in Person County, N.C.
Otis Maben ‘18: Awakening His Inner Leader
Otis Maben ‘18 has always possessed leadership skills, but he believes the leader in him was dormant until the College of Education discovered it and developed it. Learn more about Maben’s time as a student in the College of Education’s principal preparation programs.
Matthew Hickson ’18: Unleashing Powerful Voices
Matthew Hickson's journey to unleash powerful voices began on a hot summer day when he was a teenager. Now, the Durham Principal Leadership Academy Resident and founder of Bull City Schools United is using his time, talents and privileges to create spaces for people to use their voice inside and outside of the classroom.
Heidi Boardman ’18: A Champion for the Ignored, Afraid and Disconnected
Heidi Boardman '18 realized at an early age the discrepancies in life experiences based on gender, race, sexuality, religion and other factors. Now, the Principal Fellow is focused on using her School Administration degree to be a champion for those who don't fall into the majority in public education.
Spotlight on Johnston County Assistant Principal of the Year
Rosado, who received her Master of School Administration in 2014, was named Johnston County Schools' Assistant Principal of the Year.