High school seniors Juliana Capetillo and ReaLynn Gehris from Nampa, Idaho, were among 3,000-plus prospective students and their guests to explore the Boise State campus during Bronco Day 2018, the largest campus open house of the year. Photo by Allison …
NEW Leadership™ Idaho is open to undergraduate students enrolled in any Idaho college or university and Idaho residents enrolled in out-of-state schools. We strongly encourage women of color and nontraditional college women to apply. Each NEW Leadership™ class includes women from diverse socioeconomic, ethnic, racial and educational backgrounds.
Demonstrated leadership experience in your campus or community and a commitment to expanding knowledge about politics and civic engagement are primary considerations. We look for participants with diverse backgrounds and experiences who will contribute to the knowledge of the group by offering different perspectives.
No, past participants from programs across the country have represented a wide range of majors including; music, biology, business, social work, education, criminal justice, women and gender studies, and political science. There is no specific academic profile for the successful NEW Leadership™ participant.
No. NEW Leadership™ Idaho is a full-time residential program, and participants are required to participate in all sessions and activities and reside on the Boise State University campus for the entire program.
Yes. All NEW Leadership™ participants are required to stay in the dorms during the program. The residential requirement is crucial to sustaining the program focus and helps develop strong bonds among the participants.
There is no direct cost to students. Participating schools are asked to pay a $500 program fee for each student attending NEW Leadership™ Idaho. There are also a limited number of scholarships to be utilized for students who are unable to obtain funding from their schools.
Each student who is accepted must confirm her attendance at least three weeks before the program begins, at which time your school will be billed. Cancellations made two weeks prior to the first date of the program will be credited back to the sponsoring University at 50%; Cancellations made within two weeks of the program are non-refundable. Alternatively, the University can choose to apply the payment toward a student attending the following year’s program.
If you have additional questions please contact Cathe Scott at (208) 426-5488 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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