The HBS Leadership Fellows program is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a select group of graduating HBS students to experience high-impact management positions in nonprofit and public-sector organizations for one year at a competitive salary.
Launched in 2001, the Leadership Fellows program has placed 125 Fellows with 53 organizations, with a focus on two key objectives:
- Providing social-sector organizations with access to analytic and strategic talent to deliver high-impact results
- Encouraging emerging leaders to develop an appreciation for and understanding of the complexities of leading in the social sector
How does the Fellowship work?
Hiring organizations are selected through a competitive process based on the scope and nature of the position and on the capacity of the organization to utilize a Fellow's leadership and management skills. Fellows are chosen by the hiring organizations through a standard interview process. Organizations pay Fellows a $45,000 salary and HBS awards Fellows a one-year grant of $50,000.
Organizations: Learn about the Leadership Fellows program.
Students: Learn how to apply (HBS login required).