Leaders in Residence Fellowship (LiR) Application 

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The Campaign for Black Male Achievement
University of Louisville
Below you will find the Leaders in Residence (LiR) application, that necessary first step, after CBMA membership that will inform selection committees of your commitment to advancing the lives and life outcomes of Black men and boys regionally and nationally. 

The application seeks to identify qualified individuals and their unique organizational hurdles that may be scaled to solvency, during the process of excelling in the Leaders in Residence Fellowship. 

About Leaders in Residence Fellowship:

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) Leaders in Residence Fellowship (LiR) in partnership with the University of Louisville (U of L) is a professional development program for leaders in the Black male achievement (BMA) field. Target program participants are high-performing, well established BMA leaders, and emerging leaders working towards catalyzing systemic change. 

LiR Fellows: 
Fellows will meet twice in-person in the spring of 2019 in Louisville, KY. 

You must be a CBMA Member to Qualify. You can Join here at this link 
 














When inputting your organization's name, please use the complete spelling. No abbreviations or acronyms. 


















Please upload two references and the most recent copy of your resume or C.V.
 
  

Letters of reference should be inclusive of why the ideal candidate would be a great fit for the LiR Fellowship; the contents should include but are not limited to general letters of support, character references, etc. The author of the letter could be but are not restricted to a supervisor, community member, but should come from an individual familiar with the ideal candidates' work and experience.





Do not hesitate to contact us at MitchellhPayne@gmail.com or WTolbert@BlackMaleAchievement.org if you have technical difficulties with the online form or if you any further questions.