Each year The Fellowship recognizes outstanding Black male educators across Greater Philadelphia's public schools—those whose revolutionary teachings emulate the life's work of W.E.B. Du Bois. This award is based on exemplary achievement in the classroom and commitment to social justice.
Three winners will be selected for 2018 and recognized at BMEC 9 on June 10.

The Fellowship's events are dedicated to advancing the recruitment, development and retention of Black male educators in districts throughout the country. We invite you to join us for an energizing, educational and engaging experience at our next event.

 Our convenings focus on advancing and celebrating the development, recruitment and retention of Black male educators. Black male educators and their supporters across the region gather for  an educational and recharging experience that—in and of themselves—help combat the high turnover rate typically found among Black male educators.

Black Male Educators Convening events are a hallmark of the Fellowship.

The National Convening provides an opportunity for you to add your voice to hundreds of education leaders celebrating and advancing the role of Black male educators from across the country.




Held every year in February, our one-day annual fair gives current and prospective Black male educators opportunities to get guidance and resume feedback from career advisors, participate in mock interviews, and meet with employers of more than 25 District, charter and parochial schools.