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Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute Nomination Form

The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) and The Hunt Institute are now accepting nominations for the fifth cohort of the Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute
In order to ensure that all Tennesseans have equitable access to a high-quality postsecondary opportunity and the supports necessary for completion, the Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute (CTLI) works with leaders from across the state to cultivate champions of higher education. The CTLI program has been designed to achieve the following goals:
  1. Building the leadership capacity of cohort members to drive change around higher education attainment;
  2. Collectively identifying opportunities for innovation and improvement in local communities and at the state level;
  3. Fostering partnerships between postsecondary institutions and communities to build coalitions; and
  4. Exploring innovative solutions for statewide and local collaboration that lead to student success.
Please use the form below to nominate individuals to participate. Self-nominations are welcome. Following the nomination process, invited nominees will complete an application due no later than May 29, 2020. Through a competitive application, SCORE will select a diverse cohort of approximately 25 leaders.

Selection Process Timeline
Nomination window open through April 17, 2020.
Applications due by May 29, 2020.
Selections will be announced in July.

CTLI Class of 2021 Sessions
  • September 21 & 22, 2020
  • January 11 & 12, 2021
  • March 29 & 30, 2021
  • May 24 & 25, 2021
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Race/Ethnicity *This question is required.We will strive for the cohort to be truly representative of the diversity of students and institutions in our state’s postsecondary landscape. While a response to this question is not mandatory, knowing the race of applicants aids the selection committee in achieving the goal of bringing together a group of leaders with rich backgrounds and experiences from across all parts of the great State of Tennessee.