The McCain Institute’s Next Generation Leaders (NGL) program 2017 (Fully Funded) Conferences 
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The McCain Institute’s Next Generation Leaders (NGL) program 2017 (Fully Funded)

Deadline: February 17, 2017.

The McCain Institute’s flagship program is the Next Generation Leaders (NGL) program, designed to identify, train, network and empower a diverse group of emerging, character-driven leaders from the United States and around the world. The program offers a unique blend of professional development, exposure to top-level policymakers and formal training in leadership.

At four junctures throughout the year, the program provides hands-on training focused on values, ethics and leadership, media and communications skills; and best practice examples of American business, political and civic life. A key aspect of the program is each NGL’s preparation of an individual Leadership Action Plan (LAP). Aimed at defining the tangible steps and actions the NGLs will take to bring about positive change in their home communities, the LAP becomes the central project of the development year.

Cost:

  • All cost related to the program is covered by the organizers.

 

Eligibility:

  • Open to mid-career professionals and emerging global leaders.

 

Application Process:

  • If you are a rising leader in your field, with a passion for change and commitment to making a decisive and positive difference in the lives of others; please apply to become a Next Generation Leaders. Click here
  • If you know a rising leader in his or her field, with a passion for change and commitment to making a decisive and positive difference in the lives of others; please nominate someone to apply to be a part of The Next Generation Leaders program at The McCain Institute. Click here

 

For more information, see FAQ or visit Next Generation Leaders.

 

 

 

 

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