Jul 13, 2012

Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service Now Accepting Applications

The Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service sponsored by NYU Wagner's Research Center for Leadership in Action is now accepting applications for the 2013 Class.

Each year a diverse group of approximately 30 early career professionals working full-time in public service in the New York City area is selected to participate.

The program runs from November 2012 through May 2013, and Fellows come together for professional development and speaker sessions twice a month on evenings and weekends. The fellowship includes a robust curriculum to help Fellows reflect on how they can take up leadership in their roles, and they receive ongoing mentorship from Career and Alumni Guides. At the program’s conclusion, Fellows join an active alumni network of more than 200 people making a difference in New York City and beyond. The program is heavily subsidized by NYU Wagner and RCLA, and the program fee for each participant is $500.

Applications, including a recommendation from a direct supervisor, are due by noon EST on August 29, 2012.


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