January 11, 2024
SAN ANTONIO – The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has announced applications are being accepted for the Enlace Mid-Level Leadership Program. The program is a six-month development experience offered in a cohort format and consisting of webinars and two in person sessions. Academic leaders or non-academic support personnel serving around the mid-level at colleges and universities are encouraged to apply. Applications will be accepted through May 3, 2024, with selected participants notified in June.
The Enlace Mid-Level Leadership program is a six-month development experience for college and university professionals serving around the mid-level of their organizations. Academic leaders or non-academic support personnel within the structure of higher education organizations are encouraged to apply.
The Program will cover areas beneficial to participants and their home institutions, such as academic and student affairs management, regional institutional accreditation, higher education advocacy issues, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Participants will also interact with professional search firm partners.
The six-month program will begin with a one-day in-person session in Aurora, Colorado, prior to HACU’s Annual Conference in October 2024. Participants attend the conference as part of the program requirements and complete eight, one-hour online sessions in November, December, February, and March. The final in-person session will take place in the spring of 2025 in Washington, D.C., where participants also attend the Annual National Capitol Forum on Hispanic Higher Education.
Information on the program, cost and application process are available on the program website. Applications and nominations can be made here.
The application process will close on May 3, 2024, and the selected participants will be notified in June.
A PDF of the program flyer can be downloaded here.
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, founded in 1986, represents more than 500 colleges and universities in the United States, Latin America, Spain and school districts throughout the U.S. HACU is the only national association representing existing and emerging Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs). The Association’s headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, with regional offices in Washington, D.C and Sacramento, California.
Christopher de Hoyos