Calling Development Professionals, Impact Leaders and Social Intrapreneurs: Apply Now for the 2011 Entrepreneurial Leaders Program (ELP) in Istanbul, Turkey

October 1, 2010 at 6:56 pm Leave a comment

Mercy Corps, in partnership with Impact Entrepreneurs and the School of Business Administration at Portland State University (PSU), is implementing its third annual Entrepreneurial Leaders Program.

Join Mercy Corps staff and other development professionals from around the world to build your leadership and management skills, or nominate star performers from your staff.

What is it? The ELP is a one-year program drawn from PSU’s Masters of Business Administration curriculum. It is designed to help development workers better understand and navigate the dynamics of managing and leading their organizations, increasing their capacity to generate impact in their work and lives. The ELP is made possible with generous support from the Renaissance Foundation and contributions from Portland State University’s Impact Entrepreneurs.

How do I apply? The attached Call for Applications provides details on program format, schedule, venue, costs, and ideal participants.

Where will it be held? The 2011 ELP sessions will be held in Istanbul, Turkey.

To find out more about past and current participants visit:

Please email your application to Najia Hyder by October 29, 2010.

Entry filed under: Events, Opportunities for social innovators, Uncategorized.

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