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Become a LOTT Fellow

Apply today to become a 2024 LOTT Fellow! 


The application deadline for prospective Fellows has been extended to Friday, December 1. After that point, new applications may only be considered pending program capacity.

The Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (LOTT) Fellows Program inspires women to lead with confidence. The next fellowship will begin in January of 2024 and will include one-on-one mentoring, leadership workshops, networking opportunities, and a community-based project.


We seek women who are looking to develop their leadership, expand their network, and realize their professional goals. More specifically, LOTT looks for individuals with the following experience:

-2-5 Years of Experience
-Potential LOTT Fellows may be recent college graduates or early to mid-career professionals; they may/may not see themselves as rising leaders who have yet to reach their potential in their role, organization, and/or field.

-Career-oriented Goals (or an interest in developing goals)
With programming that includes topics on networking, public speaking, professionalism and more, it is important for potential Fellows to have career goals or an interest in developing career goals that recognize and advance their leadership.

-Desire to Be Proactive in Their Leadership Journey
Tapping the potential of one’s leadership does not happen accidentally. LOTT seeks Fellows that are looking to push their leadership to its limits in an intentional way that makes space for growth and action.

-Willingness to Learn from and Teach Others
As a part of the cohort learning experience, LOTT expects Fellows to reflect a willingness to be open to learning cooperatively with other Fellows/Mentors as well as share their experiences and lessons from their own leadership journey as women. 

Leaders of Today and Tomorrow values diversity in all its forms. The “all” includes and is not limited to people of every racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, economic, education, immigration, and disability status. Applications from prospective Fellows holding intersectional identities will be prioritized.


Workshops will take place on one Saturday per month in the Twin Cities (Minnesota) area. Workshops are planned for the following dates:

  • Saturday, January 20, 2024 - Workshop 1 

  • Saturday, February 24, 2024 - Workshop 2

  • Saturday, March 23, 2024 - Workshop 3 

  • Saturday, April 20, 2024 - Workshop 4 

  • Saturday, May 18, 2024 - Workshop 5

  • Saturday, June 8, 2024  - Community Engagement Presentations and Graduation 


Additional networking and leadership development opportunities may arise throughout the fellowship. Fellows will engage with their Mentors outside of the monthly workshops. Small child care and transportation stipends are available to help enable parents' participation in the program. There is no cost to apply or participate as a Fellow.


Please contact with questions.

If you would like to preview all application questions before filling out the Google form, please download this Word document. If you type in the Word document, please copy and paste your answers into our Google form to submit your application.

Curious to learn more? Anyone interested in participating in the 2024 LOTT program is welcome to attend an optional information session on November 2 or November 13. Learn more here!

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