NMTC Sr. Fellow
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Sr. Fellow Application Form
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Building on Opportunity by Leveraging Trust, Capability, Excellence and Passion.
Sr. Fellow Program Description
When the National Minority Technology Council was first envisioned in 1999 the founding principles included the need to build the human capital necessary to transform our country into a more inclusive ecosystem. This agenda speaks to both power and wealth creation. As a body of minority technology business owners we know too well the need for competent employees. The NMTC Fellow program is more than just a growing field for our future workforce. It is an international research bed of high skilled and motivated thinkers and dooers that recognize the value of mentorships, partnerhips and research.
NMTC's Senior Fellow program is a place for trust and distinction. For those who have accomplished much there is often a desire to either give back or the wisdom to combine forces. Our Sr. Fellow program allows for individuals to be a part of our $100 Billion ecosystem of innovation. NMTC's network of over 65,000 minority technology companies need to be leveraged and our Sr. Fellows are well positioned to strategically support this community's growth. Sr. Fellows lead our organization in ways that allows NMTC's research to scale by bringing governance and capability to the gaps we have uncovered that inhibit stakeholder partnership success and growth.
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