Introduction

Managing by Network is cohosted by:
  • Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy
  • Bureau of Land Management, National Training Center and Division of Education, Interpretation and Partnerships
  • DOI, Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution
  • National Park Service, Stewardship Institute
  • US Army Corps of Engineers, Collaboration and Public Participation Center of Expertise
  • USDA Forest Service, National Partnership Office
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Conservation Training Center
The Managing by Network course is designed to strengthen the individual knowledge and skills of managers, specialists, and front line supervisors working with partners, permittees, or community stakeholders.

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

National Scholarship applications are due November 1, 2019. 

Open seat applications will be accepted until December 31, 2019.

Class begins January 15, 2020.

Learn more about Managing by Network applicant criteria, the application process, course logistics and requirements, and Supervisor approval at the MBN FAQ page.
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