Individuals identified as high potential leaders by an Alaska Native Corporation or other organization may apply for admission to the Alaska Native Executive Leadership Program (ANELP) at Alaska Pacific University. To gain program admission, applicants must meet the minimum qualifications, submit the online application for ANELP, admission documents, and signed Executive Sponsorship and Financial Agreement forms.
Executive Sponsorship Agreement
The Executive Sponsorship Agreement for ANELP includes the following:
- ANELP participants must identify a Mentor within their Organization.
- ANELP participants must complete an Individual Development Plan (IDP)
- ANELP participants may incur travel costs to participate in two days of on-campus instruction each month, for nine months (applicable only to those outside of Anchorage). APU is not responsible for travel arrangements and/or costs incurred for travel.
- Participation in ANELP may require time off work to attend mandatory classroom instruction once a month for nine months. Classes will occur one Friday and one Saturday each month during the program.
This Financial Agreement outlines the fiduciary responsibilities of the Organization or individual Participant in the Alaska Native Executive Leadership Program (ANELP). Participating in ANELP is an academic and financial commitment; this document outlines the financial commitments.