The SCIENCE EDUCATION INITIATIVE FELLOWSHIP is our flagship program that recruits and trains the next generation of outstanding science educators. SEI Fellows undergo a rigorous year-long training as they serve as part-time science and math teachers in low-income classrooms.
Since 2015 we have trained and placed over 200 Science and Math educators and directly impacted over 4000 low-income students in India.
We currently train over 4000 students from low-income classrooms in India though the SEI Fellowship program. SEI Fellows serve as part-time Science and Math teachers in low-income classrooms and deliver over 150 hours of instruction per year.
Our programs have trained over 200 SEI Fellows since 2014. SEI Fellows undergo a rigorous training in science content, and pedagogy, and have access to various professional development opportunities. Many SEI alumni continue to work with the SEI team, managing and training large teams. Alumni have also gone on to top-tier graduate programs at institutions like the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
In 2017 President Bill Clinton recognized SEI Founder Abhilash Mishra amongst the top 20 emerging social entrepreneurs at the Clinton Global Initiative University meeting at Northeastern University in Boston.