16 Nov 2015
National Arts Strategies, with the University of Pennsylvania as their collaborator, has developed the Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy. This eight-month online and in-person cultural leadership program, now in its second year, allows participants to learn at their own pace, in a way that works with their busy schedule and their budget. This program uniquely equips early to mid-career arts and culture professionals with the foundational knowledge and actionable tools to hone their expertise, cultivate their personal strengths and learn to lead with confidence.
The right tools and frameworks can help you navigate the next move in your career. You know what skills you need to cultivate and where your learning gaps may lie. At NAS, we have worked with leaders in all stages of their careers. It is what we do. We know that being a leader in the arts and culture field takes grit, confidence and the ability to find new possibilities around every corner. With the University of Pennsylvania as our collaborator, we’ve developed the Executive Program in Arts and Culture Strategy, an eight-month online and in-person cultural leadership program that costs only $4.950.
This is an opportunity for you to stand firmly in the business side of the industry through a comprehensive curriculum from an ivy-league university. You will develop clear insights into your strengths and weaknesses as a leader. You will walk away better equipped to think more strategically, to position an organization, to create maximum value around mission, to manage people and money and to work well with a board of directors. You will gain the skills to solve problems, innovate solutions and lead with confidence.
The cost commitment and amount of time in the classroom makes traditional degree programs out of reach for too many. The Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy is less than a year in length, allows for you to complete coursework when it works best for you and costs a fraction of the cost of comparable offerings.
Applications for this program are now open through November 16, 2015. Apply today or share this opportunity with your network.