The Susan Vogt Leadership Fellows Program is a management and leadership development program designed to foster collaboration and camaraderie in the next generation of leaders in higher education.
The program is sponsored by the Boston Consortium for Higher Education. MIT has participated since 2005 and Vogt alumni/ae attest to its value:
"The Susan Vogt Leadership program afforded me the opportunity to learn together with as well as from a select group of peers from area colleges and universities who all faced the same challenges as well as opportunities in higher education. I value my time with the program and still utilize the network I developed during the twelve months of this wonderful learning experience.
—John DiFava, Vogt Leadership Fellow"I can’t say enough wonderful things about Vogt! The network of Vogt Fellows is an amazing cadre of folks, a warm and welcoming community, and the Vogt Fellowship year provides you with the space and time to reflect on your own career and to effect meaningful change."
—Jill Soucy, Vogt Leadership Fellow
About the Program
The Vogt Fellowship program includes seven workshops, an executive coach, and a change project. Tuition is $2,395;
The Susan Vogt Leadership Development Program leverages experiential learning, behavioral theory, and coaching principles to help participants increase self-awareness, enhance communication and collaboration skills, and lead with greater intentionality and impact. The program is delivered virtually over seven months (with two in-person gatherings) and includes a self-rated assessment, facilitated group learning modules, group coaching, and an online learning hub.
Individual departments within MIT pay for the fellowship. Learn more about the program.