Morgridge Acceleration Program (MAP) Fellowship
Morgridge Family Foundation
About the organization
The Morgridge Family Foundation (MFF) invests in leaders and organizations that are reimagining solutions to some of today’s biggest challenges. The problems of the 21st century can’t be compartmentalized. Neither can MFF’s work. By bringing different sectors to the table, the foundation creates meaningful connections that foster innovation as a vehicle for systematic change. MFF offers vision, community, and resources to support a network of partners achieving their profound impact.
Applications are live through July 28, 2021, for the Morgridge Acceleration Program (MAP) Fellowship. The program matches emerging leaders, called MAP Fellows, with nonprofit executives, called MAP Mentors, driven to create positive impact while leveling up their skill sets and deepening professional networks.
Twelve MAP Fellows will be selected and paired with twelve MAP Mentors from across the country. In addition to hands-on mentorship, MAP Fellows receive executive coaching, access to curated in-person and virtual events, funding for a two-day site visit to their mentor’s organization, and membership into a national cohort of peers. Additionally, up to $4,000, generously underwritten by The Rieschel Family Foundation, is available for each organization. The program kicks off in Denver, Colorado, with a series of workshops hosted in part by MindSpark Learning, and culminates in Washington, D.C. with presentations by MAP Fellows to an invitational audience of public, private, and social sector leaders.
The MAP Fellowship focuses on unlocking and unleashing the potential of the next generation of social sector leadership. We’re searching for individuals who have demonstrated remarkable accomplishments early in their careers and who crave opportunity for collaboration and coaching from esteemed leaders in their field.
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