This is an interesting opportunity and practically local!
From The Center to Support Excellence in Teaching (CSET) at Stanford University is now accepting applications for the 2015 Hollyhock Fellowship Program.
“This competitive fellowship provides early-career high school teachers who teach in low-income schools with a sustained, high-quality, research-based professional development experience. Apply today and join 100 other educators from across the country at Stanford University for two weeks of residential workshops–for two consecutive summers–that feature sessions taught by university scholars and expert practitioners. Fellows also receive online coaching and mentorship for two school years. Teachers are awarded a stipend for participation, and the program covers all travel and boarding expenses. Check out our video to learn more and for further information, please contact hollyhock [at] gse.stanford.edu.”