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Apply Now for Eno Center for Transportation's Transit Senior Executive Program

The Eno Center for Transportation is accepting applications through Feb. 26 for its year-long Transit Senior Executive (TSE) Program.

The TSE Program is designed for top public transit executives to participate in an intensive and confidential forum on strategic management, leadership and critical emerging industry issues. It is appropriate for executives from public agencies, contract operators or private sector firms; general managers at smaller properties will find it helpful.

The nine-month distance education program, now in its 11th year, begins in March and includes an intensive five-day, in-person class April 17-22 in Washington, DC. The 2016 class agenda will cover leadership, managing board relationships, change management, organizational communications, generational diversity, safety and security, crisis management and managing private sector relationships.

During the five-day course, participants will hear from numerous nationally recognized experts who will share their perspective from decades of experience. Small group discussions will bring together participants to discuss and share individual challenges with their peers and faculty. The schedule also includes interactive real world exercises.

Program participants can access an online course portal to connect with classmates, share information and work collaboratively before and after class, as well as a pre-course leadership evaluation by supervisors, subordinates and peers and post-course webinars to reinforce class content and allow for additional guest lecturers.

The American Public Transportation Foundation’s Frank J. Lichtanski Memorial Scholarship provides $2,500 in tuition support for an eligible candidate from a small or medium-sized transit agency wishing to participate in the program. For details, click here.

To apply, click here. For questions, contact Erin Shumate, events manager.

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