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Hightower Emerging Leaders Fellowship
The Hightower Fellowship furthers the JAX Chamber’s goal of empowering the next generation of leaders by connecting talented young professionals with influential Jacksonville leaders.
About the Fellowship
The Hightower Emerging Leaders Fellowship brings together a class of talented young professionals with prominent and influential Jacksonville leaders. Fellows will network and learn from titans of Jacksonville who are looking to give back to the next generation. These monthly round table discussions will take place in a setting that allows for candid discussion about how these leaders achieved their career success, as well as their challenge for the next generation inheriting the city.
The caliber of participants selected for this program is unlike any other young professional fellowship in Jacksonville, and will allow each Fellow to develop lifelong relationships with classmates and speakers. Past speakers include Darnell Smith, Tim Cost, John Peyton, Audrey Moran, Betsy Lovett and Ed Burr.
Learn more about the Hightower Emerging Leaders Fellowship in our fellowship booklet here.
Program Kickoff (February)
Monthly Meetings (March - October)
Closing Reception (November)
All applicants must be members of ImpactJAX and the JAX Chamber. A selection committee will review all applications and will invite selected candidates for an in-person interview. From that group, Fellowship participants will be chosen. Once selected as a Fellow, the participant fee
of $350 will be due before the program kickoff in February. Nonprofits will receive a $100 discount.
How to apply
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