29 March Hone Your Leadership Skills in Our Nation’s Capital This Fall March 29, 2016By Erin Cogswell General blog, leadership 0 Tweet Interested in strengthening your leadership skills? What about getting an insider’s view of Washington, D.C.? Through the new Leadership and the American Presidency (LTAP) program, you can do both. This is an intensive 15-week leadership program that will have you living in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, taking academic courses in international economics and government, interning with government agencies and other organizations in the area and much more. The program will take place during the fall 2016 academic semester. The program is offered by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in conjunction with the Fund for American Studies. The priority deadline is April 15, and the final deadline is June 1. Be sure to include your Phi Theta Kappa membership on your application for priority acceptance. Apply today! Related Posts V.A.L.U.E. Leadership 7 Tips for Acing Your Fall Scholarship Application Finish 2017 Strong -- Grow Your Membership This Holiday Season! 5 Big Training Tips for Regional Officers 7 Ways PTK Boosts Your Resume Why Soft Skills are Essential to a Successful Career Comments are closed.