Getty Leadership Institute Applications Open for GLI 2015 and NextGen 2015

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The Getty Leadership Institute at CGU now invites applications for the GLI 2015 and NextGen 2015 executive education programs in museum leadership. GLI programs are academically rigorous and tailored to address current topics in the museum field.

GLI 2015 is an intensive management program for leading CEOs, COOs, directors, and senior-level executives who influence policy and effect change, and are in their first five to seven years of their position. Participants take two weeks of online courses plus two weeks of classroom study and practicum in residency in Claremont, CA. Program Dates: Online from May 4-15; Residency from June 12-27. Applications are due January 15, 2015.

NextGen 2015 is a new blended learning experience for the field’s emerging top talent. The program is designed for mid-level staff with three to five years of museum management experience and recognized leadership potential. The program blends one week of online learning and three days of classroom study in residency in Claremont, CA. Program Dates: Online from March 9-15; Residency from March 24-28. Applications are due January 5, 2015.

For more information and to apply, visit: www.cgu.edu/gli

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Love the Arts? Take the Lead at Carnegie Mellon University

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Love the Arts? Take the Lead. The Master of Arts Management (MAM) program at Carnegie Mellon University is designed to create innovative leaders in the visual and performing arts. Quantitative management, technology, and experiential learning provide the basis for a rigorous management education that the industry wants for its future leaders All of this at a university that fosters innovation, in a city that loves the arts. Scholarships available. Home of the Arts Management and Technology Laboratory (AMTLab). Put your passion to practice and visit www.heinz.cmu.edu/mam to learn more.

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