Applications will be reviewed by a Committee Panel, who will select candidates to be interviewed in January/February. The interview provides the opportunity for the candidates to express their reasons for wanting to be in the program, learn leadership skills and participate in the JA community. Following the interview process, candidates will be notified via email of their acceptance in early February.
The tuition for the Mirai Generations Leadership Program is $250 per participant. Financial aid and/or scholarships may be available on a case-by-case basis once the selection process is completed. Lack of funds should not prevent a candidate from applying to the program. Participants are responsible for their own travel to the retreat, learning sessions and meetings, which will all take place in Metro Denver. All materials, food and lodging costs are covered by the program.
Applicants must be available to attend the Meet and Greet evening, Kick Off Weekend Retreat, all MGLP learning sessions, participate in the Community Connection meet-ups and celebration lunch and individual presentations. All dates are specified in the application.