New Mexico Leadership Institute
Committed To Building Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

Due to the overwhelming response in first year applications and the success of our inaugural class, New Mexico Leadership Institute (NMLI) , formerly the Rosemont Leadership Institute, is currently evaluating structural changes to the program that can accommodate more students and greater participation over time. While regrettably this will mean that the Institute does not accept a class this academic year, we feel that a brief evaluation period is in the best interests of the program longer-term. NMLI will begin accepting applications for next year’s class in September of 2014.

The current students in the NMLI program are continuing with their curriculum and working towards the successful grant of their scholarships.

We greatly appreciate your patience, and look forward to resuming in 2014.


Sincerely,
Dan Burrell

 

Attention High School Juniors

Do you want to be your own boss? Do you want
to own your own business, be a strong leader?

Learn how to:

  1. Resolve local/national/global issues
  2. Work in your own community in New Mexico
  3. Have a great income
  4. Keep learning throughout your life
  5. Be respected by society and make a positive impact in New Mexico

The University of New Mexico (UNM) and New Mexico State University (NMSU) New Mexico Leadership Institute may be able to help you begin developing orders and be a role model through A CAREER IN LEADERSHIP & BUSINESS!

The New Mexico Leadership Institute (NMLI) is preparing exceptional students for leadership roles. Top business leaders and renowned university faculty provide New Mexico high school students with training and mentoring designed to develop effective leadership skills. We are proud to offer the real-world experience, constructive feedback and networking opportunities needed to forge visionary, strong leaders through the support of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). NMLI invites applications from high school students who have strong academic records, plan to attend UNM or NMSU, are passionate about local/national/global issues and are determined to be agents of change. The program is open to high school juniors; enrollment is limited to 30.