Introduction

Managing by Network is cohosted by the:
  • Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
  • Bureau of Land Management, National Training Center and Division of Education, Interpretation and Partnerships
  • US Forest Service, National Partnership Office
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Conservation Training Center
  • DOI, Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution

The Managing by Network course is designed to strengthen the individual knowledge and skills of managers, specialists, and front line supervisors with position responsibilities that include partnership and community collaboration.

Selection for Managing by Network is competitive. Space is limited to 120 seats for this interagency course.

Applications for National Scholarships are due November 1, 2017. Open Seats are available through December 15, 2017.

If your position requires supervisor approval to participate in this course, please ask your Supervisor to review the requirements for Managing by Network and complete the Supervisor Recommendation Form.

In 2018, 80 of the 120 course participants will represent BLM, USFWS, and USFS as National Scholarship recipients of the Managing by Network cohost agencies.

There are no direct expenses to the work unit of participants selected for National Scholarships funded by BLM, USFWS, and USFS. Applicants from these agencies are automatically considered for a National Scholarship in the selection process.

Open Seats will be available to federal employees or consultants; state, county, and municipal agency partners; representatives of tribes; and nonprofit organizations. 

Open Seat tuition is paid by the individual's agency work unit or organization, or by the individual. Open Seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

Applications received after November 1 may be considered on a rolling basis, subject to the number of seats still available in the course.

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