2023 DLI Director Applications
2023 DLI Director Application Now Open
The DLI Director, selected faculty members, and NASPA staff plan this six-day leadership institute to develop leadership skills, enhance cultural competency, and prepare Fellows for a career in student affairs. Specifically, faculty will co-lead a cluster of 8-10 students throughout the DLI experience and provide support to all students attending the institute.
Travel, meals, and housing are provided by NASPA and our host institutions.This position is open to current NASPA Members. Applicants must have at least five full-time years of post-master professional experience at time of application. All applicants must be free to attend DLI 2022 June 23-29, 2022 and DLI 2023 one week to be determined with the help of the director and the 2023 Host institution. The 2023 event will take place in either June or July 2023. The term of this volunteer opportunity is until end of Summer 2023.
Complete applications will include the following items - all items should be submitted through the form below:
- Demographic Information
- Resume or CV
- Application Questions
- Reference Information
For additional questions about DLI or the faculty selection process, please email Ke'Ana Bradley [email protected].
Application open until filled with priority given to apps received by April 15, 2022 11:59pm EST
Host Institution Application
Host Institution Application: Now Open
Priority Deadline: December 10, 2021 | Final Deadline: April 30, 2022
The Host Institution for the Dungy Leadership Institute plays a pivotal role in the success of the program and the overall experience for the student participants. The board is actively looking for campuses to support DLI in this way for the upcoming 2023 conference or future years.
Host Institution Requirements
For a more robust overview of requirements and responsibilities, please see the DLI Information sheet at the end of the application.In short, in order to host the NUFP Dungy Leadership Institute, your institution must commit to providing the following services, including expenses related to each:
- A dedicated onsite coordinator and staff support to execute the institute
- Meeting space, audio/visual needs, and internet access
- On-campus housing for approximately 45 participants (Fellows, DLI faculty, and staff) for the duration of the event
- Meals for all participants, excluding dinners on the town
- Coordination of institute logistics (i.e., room reservation, directions, signs)
- Coordination of onsite registration (i.e., check-in, name tags, notebooks)
- Ground transportation to and from the local airport and local events
- Use of computer, copier, printer, fax, and office supplies during the institute
University of Pennsylvania
All DLI activitites will take place at the University of Pennsylvania.
The University of Pennsylvania is a private Ivy League research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The university, established as the College of Philadelphia in 1740, is one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the U.S. Declaration of Independence.
COVID-19 Event Safety
All participants at NASPA in-person conferences, whether a faculty member/presenter, attendee, sponsor/exhibitor, staff, guest, or vendor will be required to be fully vaccinated. Individuals who require a vaccination exemption must provide documentation of a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours prior to arrival to any event. All participants at NASPA events will be required to wear masks. Please see the NASPA COVID Event Safety and Responsibility webpage for complete information about NASPA's policy.