A cohort of MNLEND fellows with program administrators.

Minnesota Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (MNLEND) is an interdisciplinary training program that prepares leaders to promote person- and family-centered care, conduct research, practice clinical observation, and advocate for policies sought by people with disabilities. MNLEND Fellows often go on to become local, regional, and national leaders in the areas of autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental and related disabilities. Applications are being accepted for the 2022-23 year, which runs from late August through mid-May. Individuals from historically underrepresented racial, ethnic, linguistic, or under-resourced communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Learn more and apply online. The deadline is March 15.