ALTP Program Requirements

Time Commitment. Participants must commit the time required to complete assignments and participate in the four on-site “events.”
  • The on-site events occur at various venues around the Rocky Mountain region, and are typically held in August, October, January and May (see program schedule).
  • Assignments between sessions include readings, online videos, self-assessments, on-line discussions, and leadership project development and implementation.
  • From October – May, each fellow will hold a monthly coaching conversation with his/her assigned RIHEL Coach (alumni from RIHEL leadership programs) to support the fellow’s leadership development in the program.
Employer Support. Participants are required to have the active and demonstrable support of their employers for this time commitment in the form of time-off from work to participate in the on-site events. (Many employers will also support the program tuition and associated expenses of the fellows.) The concurrence of a cognizant supervisor is required on the application. Technology Resources. Fellows must have access to the hardware and software to participate in distance learning. The program cannot assume any costs for the computer and communication systems used by the fellows.

Questions Regarding ALTP or the application process? Please contact Jen Stachelski, ALTP Program Manager, through the form below, or call her at 303-871-2097.