The Leadership Fellows program offers nonprofit and public sector organizations the opportunity to leverage the experience, energy, and analytical skills of MBAs for one year.
In addition to the salary provided by the organization, HBS provides Fellows with an upfront award as well as professional development throughout the year. Fellows apply their expertise to roles for which they produce immediate results and build long-term capacity within the organization.
Launched in 2001, the Leadership Fellows program has placed 173 Fellows with 72 organizations, and has delivered on two important levels:
For hiring organizations, it's a short-term investment with far-reaching benefits for the crucial work being done by your organization and the sector at large.
Organizations and students who participate in the HBS Leadership Fellows program gain real-world experience and have a lasting impact on creating social value around the world.
Business School is grateful for the generosity of donors who have been vital to
the HBS Leadership Fellows Program:
James A. Atwood, Jr. (MBA 1984) Fellowship Fund, Richard and Helen
Bibbero Fund, David J. Dunn Fund, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation/Richard L.
Menschel Endowment, Richard Lumpkin Dean’s Discretionary Fund, Margaret T.
Morris Foundation Endowment, Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellowship,
Michael E. Porter Leadership Fellowship, and John C. Whitehead Fund for