Virtual Launch: Woody and Gayle Hunt - Aspen Institute Fellowship - Oct. 7, 2020
The Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program is looking for the first cohort of Woody and Gayle Hunt - Aspen Institute Fellows.
Know someone who exhibits outstanding achievements and should be nominated? Join us on the virtual launch of this prestigious fellowship opportunity and hear from:
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020
Noon-12:30 p.m. (MDT) via Zoom
Fellows will be able to participate in Aspen Institute programming, many with opportunities
for new learning, one-on-one coaching, networking, and mentorships to help motivate
leaders a who value professional development and care deeply about the Borderplex
Join the pool of candidates by registering for the virtual launch here:
The Woody and Gayle Hunt - Aspen Institute Fellowship is a scholarship program launching in 2020 between the Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation and the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program. The fellowship serves to increase the participation of individuals from the Borderplex Region (El Paso, Texas; Ciudad Juárez, Mexico; Las Cruces, New Mexico) in Aspen Institute programming.
The fellowship aims to contribute to the leadership skills of individuals through exposure to world-class programming and connections to new networks. The Aspen Institute also benefits from incorporating key perspectives from the region into Institute conversations and tables. Fellows are awarded scholarships that cover the cost of participation in Aspen Institute public events, policy roundtables, leadership seminars and other convenings. Fellows also become members of a community of changemakers and leaders, and are provided with opportunities to engage with each other in regional meet-and-greets.