The Fannie Mae Foundation Fellowship Program is intended to enhance the management and decision-making skills of accomplished state and local government leaders experienced in managing housing and community development programs. The State and Local program curriculum focuses on: organizational strategy; political management; policy development; management control and operations; and management of human resources. The program is taught by Kennedy School faculty. In addition to participation in the Program for Senior Executives, Fannie Mae Foundation Fellows attend special housing sessions coordinated by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, members of the Kennedy School faculty, and Fannie Mae Foundation staff.These sessions address housing issues, trends, policies, and successful models of public/private housing partnership. Fellowship funds cover the cost of the admission deposit, program tuition, and room and board for the session. Applicants must be able to attend the entire three-week session and are responsible for their own transportation and other incidental costs. Contact Fannie Mae Foundation, Policy and Leadership Development, 4000 Wisconsin Ave. N.W., N. Tower, Ste. 1, Washington, DC 20016-2804; 202-274-8066 or 202-274-8057 or 202-274-8000; Fax: 202-274-8100; http://www.fanniemaefoundation.org; Email: email@example.com
Income Eligibility: None
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