Regent University's Doctor of Strategic Leadership (DSL) program students are invited to participate in the Strategic Leadership Fellowship (SLF) Program. This visionary initiative is offered by Dr. William Clark, an alumnus of Regent University's DSL program and nonprofit strategist,
The Strategic Leadership Fellowship (SFL) Program offers students a semester-long internship opportunity where they embark on dynamic projects while providing essential support to Eli Patrick & Co.'s valued customers. Within the SFL Program, students are exposed to a diverse range of opportunities. Whether the assignments are of varying durations, aligning with specific skills, or timed based on availability, the program serves as an incubator for innovation. It fosters the development of innovative ideas, operational constructs, scholarly articles, and contributions to literary works. Moreover, active participation in brainstorming sessions fosters the growth of strategic thinking acumen among participants. The SFL Program not only provides students with hands-on experience but also encourages them to think critically and creatively, contributing to their personal and professional growth.
Students admitted into the Strategic Leadership Fellowship Program will play a crucial role in advancing Eli Patrick & Co.'s mission to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of nonprofits nationwide. Our primary goal is to empower our clients to achieve operational stability and enhance the impact of their work. As part of the fellowship program, participants will work on a diverse range of strategic projects designed to assist our clients. These projects include:
1. Strategic Plans: Developing comprehensive strategies to guide nonprofit organizations towards their long-term goals and objectives.
2. Fundraising Plans: Creating effective fundraising strategies and campaigns to secure the financial resources needed for our clients' initiatives.
3. Master Grant Applications: Streamlining application processes and improving the efficiency of grant and funding applications.
4. Organizational Budgets: Crafting and managing budgets that ensure financial sustainability and transparency.
5. Leadership Development Plans: Cultivating leadership skills and capacities within nonprofit teams to drive positive change and growth.
Fellows in the program will also gain valuable experience in project management, where they will oversee the entire lifecycle of projects. This hands-on experience will equip them with the skills and expertise necessary to lead successful initiatives from start to finish.
Compensation and Logistics:
Students participating in the Strategic Leadership Fellowship Program will be duly recognized and rewarded for their valuable contributions. They will receive compensation for their time and services, which is in the form of direct payment. During their tenure as fellows, students will serve as subcontractors of Eli Patrick & Co. while actively engaging in various projects as assigned. It's important to note that compensation will be project-specific and performance-based. This means that the amount of compensation students receive will be contingent on the specific projects they work on and their performance in delivering results. To ensure transparency and fairness, the compensation for each project will be structured within a framework that adheres to industry standards and practices. Our commitment is to provide students with a meaningful and rewarding experience while contributing to the success of Eli Patrick & Co.'s projects. We believe that this compensation structure aligns with our mission and values while also offering students a fair and performance-driven incentive for their valuable work.
Application and Eligibility:
The Strategic Leadership Institute extends its embrace to students who have completed at least one year in the DSL program. Aspiring Fellows are urged to apply for consideration through the program's website.