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Princeton AlumniCorps Emerging Leaders Application Deadline Extended

If you want to prepare yourself for senior leadership and advancement within your organization, apply to the Emerging Leaders program, now fully online! The application deadline has been further extended to May 26.

The Princeton AlumniCorps 2020-2021 Emerging Leaders program will now be fully online! 

Princeton AlumniCorps is currently accepting applications for the 2020-21 cohorts until May 26, 2020. You can learn more about the program and session dates on the website. You can get started on your application here

Why Emerging Leaders?

Princeton AlumniCorps' 2020-21 Emerging Leaders program offers 8 sessions of rich cohort-based professional development for aspiring leaders in the nonprofit sector. The program provides an affordable means for nonprofit managers to develop their leadership style, build confidence and resilience and build a network with their cohort.   

The breadth and depth of the Emerging Leaders curriculum, combined with the program's skilled facilitators, creates a community of engaged leaders and a space for the social and emotional learning necessary for resilient and adaptive leadership. 

Topics covered in Emerging Leaders include emotional intelligence, relationship building, developing your leadership style, communications effectiveness, people management, storytelling, nonprofit development and financial management, and building an equitable and anti-racist organization. 

Who can apply?

Emerging Leaders come from nonprofit organizations and government entities based in New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore, Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia. 

Applicants should have 3-10 years of nonprofit experience and have some supervisory or significant project management responsibility. Applicants should aspire to growth in the nonprofit sector. 

Emerging Leaders should be able to commit to 8 monthly sessions running from September through April, as well as being able to complete all pre-work and assignments including a stretch goal. Each session includes 6 hours of topic-based modules and includes breaks. 

Have more questions?

You can also reach out to Soraia Francisco, Program Associate, with any questions about the program and application or payment plans (sfrancisco@alumnicorps.org).


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