Currently ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Core Certificate Program – A program that equips nonprofit, public, and social enterprise leaders with the skills, knowledge, and networks they need to make strategic, mission-driven decisions and effect meaningful change at their organizations. Applications are currently open for 2023-24 in New England, New York, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Applications are being accepted through April 21, 2023 for Fall 2023 program start. Please sign up for our mailing list to be notified when we open applications for other locations.
Community Fellows Program – A fully funded year-long fellowship for high-potential, early career nonprofit and community leaders with an emphasis on social justice, community organizing, and building networks and influence. Applications are currently open for 2023-24 in Boston, New York City, and Western New York. Applications are being accepted through April 21, 2023 for Fall 2023 program start. Please sign up for our mailing list to be notified when we open applications for other locations.
Summer Fellowship Program – A fellowship that supports the learning and engagement of highly-motivated individuals passionate about social change and equity while they advance their careers through summer internships in the social impact sector. Applications are currently open for 2023 Summer Fellowship Program. The priority deadline is April 14, 2023
RISE Fellowship Program – A fellowship for those passionate about advancing equity (with approximately five or fewer years of professional experience) to gain an understanding of how social impact organizations function, develop essential leadership skills, engage in networking, and propel their careers. Applications are currently open for 2023 Fall RISE Fellowship Program. The priority deadline is June 9, 2023.
Black Leadership Institute – A new national fellowship program that provides Black leaders — in senior roles across nonprofit, philanthropic, public, and private sectors — with the resources, network, content, and community to build upon their social, financial, knowledge, and cultural capital as they step into positions of greater power and influence. Applications for the inaugural BLI cohort are now closed. Please make sure you are subscribed to INP’s mailing list to be alerted of future opportunities to apply for this program or contact us with questions.
Katherine Martinez, Executive Director, Lena Park CDC
INP has been a rewarding experience that has allowed me to navigate the complexities of working in the nonprofit sector. I developed the tools I need to execute excellence in leadership. I leave the INP program with clarity, confidence, and a long-lasting network of colleagues that I can always count on.