Baldrige Executive Fellows Program
Message from the Director
2016–2017 Application Deadline: Closed
2017–2018 Application Now Open; Deadline: December 2017*
*The 2017–2018 deadline will be mid-December 2017. Selection decisions will be made in January 2017.
How to Apply
To apply, submit the following documents:
- Your resumé, including e-mail, postal address, and telephone contact information; and the name and e-mail address of an assistant or alternate contact person
- An organizational chart that includes names and titles showing your position within the organization
- A recommendation letter from your highest-ranking official showing the organization’s support of your participation in the program
- A list of key competitors (in order that we may avoid creating a cohort that would be unable to share effectively due to competitive situations)
Send the complete package of documents to:
Baldrige Performance Excellence Program
Bldg. 101/A600, 100 Bureau Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
Selection decisions will be based on (1) sector mix, (2) appropriate level within the organization, (3) likelihood to follow through, (4) diversity, and (5) no direct competitors with participating award recipients or other Fellows. Candidates will be notified of the decision by January 29, 2016. Tuition payment of $25,000 is due by February 26, 2016. The fee covers all materials, as well as a standard hotel room and at least four meals for each session.
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For more information on the Baldrige Executive Fellows Program:
www.nist.gov/baldrige/fellows | 301.975.2036 | email@example.com
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