ALTP Application Process

apponlineAcceptance into the Advanced Leadership Training Program (ALTP) is the result of a competitive process. The ALTP accepts some 45 fellows per class year. Only complete applications can be considered and reviewed. Factors that weigh significantly on the final application score include: the quality of the essays, applicant experience and readiness for the program (as demonstrated through their resume or CV), and the recommendations. Participants are selected to achieve a cohort representative of many diverse types of people, backgrounds, experiences, organizations and geographic areas.

APPLICATION TIMELINE

January 28, 2021 Application Process Open
April 30, 2021 Applications Due Date
by June 4, 2021 Notification Date
July 1, 2021 Program Start Date – Materials sent to fellows
August 4, 2020, 9:00am – 12:00pm ALTP 2022 Orientation – held via Zoom
August 18-20, 2020, 9:00am – 3:00pm Start of First Session – held via Zoom (see the complete program schedule)
If selected, the applicant is expected to participate in the program. The tuition is payable upon acceptance into the program and due by July 1st, unless other arrangements are made.

TO APPLY

Applications to the Advanced Leadership Training Program may be made through our online application portal.
  1. Please download and follow the ALTP Application Instructions and Checklist.
  2. Go to the online application portal to create a login (Sign Up) and begin your online application.
  3. Complete and SUBMIT your online application by April 30. Given the pandemic of 2020, applications submitted after the regular due date (April 30th) will be reviewed and notified on a rolling basis.<--->
Go to online application portal

APPLICATION HELP

Please submit questions about the ALTP application process or the online application tool using the contact form below. Download the Application Instructions and Checklist
The online ALTP application uses a Scholarship Management System provided by WizeHive

Questions Regarding ALTP or the application process? Please contact Jen Stachelski, Sr. Program Manager, through the form below.

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