The Flinn-Brown Fellowship, Arizona’s premier statewide civic-leadership program, dedicated to preparing emerging and established leaders to enter all levels of public service, is seeking applicants for its 2020 Flinn-Brown seminar series.
Applications and letters of endorsement are due Monday, April 27.
About 25 Arizonans will be selected through a thoughtful and competitive process to join Flinn-Brown and its statewide network of more than 350 Flinn-Brown Fellows from Arizona’s business, technology, agricultural, industry, education, nonprofit, and public sectors—and from all walks of life and perspectives.
The 14, nonpartisan public-policy seminars will be held on Fridays and Saturdays, from August through November, at the Flinn Foundation in Phoenix. (The schedule is subject to change due to COVID-19).
The Flinn-Brown Fellowship offers:
● Unparalleled learning about Arizona policy and politics;
● Connections with top state leaders and policy experts;
● Membership in the powerful Flinn-Brown Network; and
● Personalized long-term support for civic-leadership development.
The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership and its flagship Flinn-Brown Fellowship was launched by the Flinn Foundation and Thomas R. Brown Foundations of Tucson in 2011.
Learn more about the Flinn-Brown Fellowship and the members of the Flinn-Brown Network, as well as the application process and 2020 schedule and topics, from these FAQs.
In addition, virtual office hours will be held during the application period for prospective applicants on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
On Mondays and Wednesdays, follow this videoconference link. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, follow this videoconference link.