As a future leader, you know that global and ethical considerations play a vital role in shaping your success. The Carnegie New Leaders program (CNL) offers a rare opportunity to meet others who feel the same way.

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CNL provides a platform for the next generation of leaders to explore the ethical and global dimensions of pressing issues including corruption, technology, war, and the environment.

Through a series of formal and informal gatherings, as well as online dialogue and analysis opportunities, CNL members join an esteemed community of business professionals, policy makers, social innovators, and scholars who are changing the way we approach global ethics in the 21st century. From interactive conversations with dynamic leaders to networking events with peers, this exceptional group provides a variety of ways to learn and participate.

Carnegie Council seeks a diverse set of accomplished candidates, age 40 or under, who are working in a range of fields and wish to engage in a dialogue on ethics in international affairs.

We accept nominations and letters of inquiry for this exclusive program on a rolling basis, and ask applicants to provide a resume, statement of purpose (please refer to the Overview and Policy document), and the contact information for two academic or professional references.

For more information about the CNL program and membership options, please see the documents below. If you should have any questions, please contact Stefanie Ambrosio by phone at 212-838-4120 or by email at cnl@cceia.org.

Click here for Carnegie New Leaders Overview and Policy.

Click here for a list of Current Carnegie New Leaders.


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